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Dink vs. Donk

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Dinknoun

(tennis) A soft drop shot.

Donknoun

A sub-genre of Scouse house music containing distinctive percussion sounds.

Dinknoun

(soccer) A light chip; a chipped pass or shot

Donknoun

A car's engine.

Dinknoun

A ride on the crossbar or handlebars of a bicycle.

β€˜I gave him a dink on my bike.’;

Donknoun

A fool.

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Dinknoun

A North Vietnamese soldier.

Donknoun

A poor player who makes mistakes.

Dinknoun

(US) Double Income No Kids - a childless couple with two jobs.

Donknoun

dampness; moistness

Dinknoun

Hard work, especially one's share of a task.

Donknoun

A dense mist or drizzle

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Dinknoun

A soldier from Australia or New Zealand, a member of the ANZAC forces during the First World War.

Donknoun

A mouldy dampness; mouldiness

Dinknoun

A penis.

Donknoun

A 1971 to 1976 Chevrolet Caprice or Impala that has been modified, usually by being raised and given bigger wheels.

Dinknoun

A foolish person, a despised person.

Donkverb

To hit.

β€˜He donked me on the head!’;

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Dinkverb

(tennis) To play a soft drop shot.

Donkverb

To provide a second person with a lift on a bicycle (formerly, on a horse), seating the passenger either in front (on the handlebar) or behind (sharing the seat); to travel as a passenger in such manner.

Dinkverb

(football) To chip lightly, to play a light chip shot.

β€˜The forward dinked the ball over the goalkeeper to score his first goal of the season.’;

Donkverb

(poker slang) To make a donk bet.

Dinkverb

To carry someone on a pushbike: behind, on the crossbar or on the handlebar.

Donkverb

To moisten; dampen

Dinkadjective

Honest, fair, true.

Donkverb

To drizzle

Dinkadjective

Genuine, proper, fair dinkum.

Donkadjective

damp; moist; wet

Dinkadjective

Finely dressed, elegant; neat.

Dinkadverb

Honestly, truly.

Dinkadjective

Trim; neat.

Dinkverb

To deck; - often with out or up.

Dinknoun

either of a married couple who both are employed and have no children. The term is often used as the prototype of midde-class persons with higher-than-average disposable income.

Dinknoun

a ball hit softly that falls to the ground just beyond the net.

Dinknoun

an Asian person, especially a Vietnamese; - used contemptuously, considered disparaging and offensive.

Dinknoun

a couple who both have careers and no children (an acronym for dual income no kids)

Dinknoun

a soft return so that the tennis ball drops abruptly after crossing the net

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