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  • conked — kÉ’Å‹k n. blow to the head; head; nose; hairstyle in which the hair is straightened using chemicals v. break down, decay; straighten curled hair by chemical means …   English contemporary dictionary

  • conked — doneck …   Anagrams dictionary

  • doneck — conked …   Anagrams dictionary

  • conk out — {v. phr.}, {slang}, {informal} To fall asleep suddenly with great fatigue or after having drunk too much. * /We conked out right after the guests had left./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • conk — I. noun Etymology: perhaps from conch Date: 1812 slang chiefly Brit nose II. transitive verb Etymology: English slang conk head Date: 1821 to hit especially on the head ; knock out II …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • conk — conk1 /kongk, kawngk/, Slang. n. 1. the head. 2. a blow on the head. 3. Brit. the nose. v.t. 4. to hit or strike on the head. [1805 15; of obscure orig.] conk2 /kongk, kawngk/, v.i. Slang …   Universalium

  • conk out — verb a) To fall fast asleep; to sleep soundly. He wasnt there, just the dog, conked out on the porch. b) To stop functioning. The old car conked out half way up the hill …   Wiktionary

  • conk — conk1 [kɔŋk US ka:ŋk, ko:ŋk] n BrE informal a nose conk 2 conk2 v [T] [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: CONK2; conk out 1900 2000 Origin unknown] informal to hit someone hard, especially on the head conk out phr v …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • conk — I v To hit. I think a brick must have fallen and conked Fuzzy on the noggin. 1920s II v To hit. He threw the brick straight up in the air and when it came down, it conked him on the noggin. 1820s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • conk out — 1. to stop working or fail suddenly. My radio conked out again, so I couldn t hear the weather reports. Usage notes: usually said about a machine or engine 2. to go to sleep very quickly. I was so tired, I conked out on the couch and never even… …   New idioms dictionary

  • conk — 1 noun (C) BrE slang a nose 2 verb (T) slang to hit someone hard, especially on the head conk out phrasal verb (I) informal 1 if a machine or car conks out, it suddenly stops working: Our car conked out on the way home. 2 especially AmE if… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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