a stonker of a (something)

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a stonker of a (something)

slang Something very large, exciting, or impressive. Primarily heard in UK. The director is usually known for dramas, but he made one stonker of an action film! Have you ever heard her perform live? She puts on a real stonker of a concert.
See also: of, stonker
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And if you're stuck for shows to see, you're in luck - the smash Gershwin Tony-awardwinning musical has just opened at the Wales Milennium Centre and it's a stonker of a show.
There's also a stonker of a car chase through It's a brilliantly staged set piece that leaves you wondering how on earth they managed to film it.
One track is called Set You Free and it's a stonker of a club tune!
Gloria has produced a stonker of a record with P.Willy after the pair were introduced through mutual friends.