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  • The meaning of "Chonk" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. I just saw this video yesterday! You can ignore the definition on Urban dictionary. Actually, I have never heard this exact word, even as slang, but it may exist. However, native English speakers can easily understand what that word might mean. It sounds large, heavy, and inelegant. It sounds similar to clunky, chunky, honking, thunk, etc. (Which the women in the ad don’t like to be associated with.) Native speakers naturally feel like words with “unk” and “onk” sounds are large. For example, “Clink” is a sound for small, light metal objects like coins. “Clunk” is for large heavy objects, like huge suitcases, or furniture.

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