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gronk

slang A repulsive substance, typically the dirt and lint that collects between the toes. Ew, look at this gronk! When was the last time you bathed?

gronk out

1. slang To stop working I have to go buy a new blender because mine gronked out today.
2. slang To go to sleep. After a long day at work, all I wanted was to go home and gronk out.
See also: gronk, out

gronk (out)

Sl. to conk out; to crash, as with a car or a computer. My car gronked out on the way to work this morning. The program gronks every time I start to run it.

gronk

(grɔŋk)
1. n. a nasty substance, such as dirt that collects between the toes. I don’t want to hear any more at all about your gronk.
2. mod. worthless. I don’t care about your old gronk car. I’d rather take the bus.

gronk (out)

in. to conk out; to crash, as with a car or a computer. The program gronks every time I start to run it.
See also: gronk, out

gronk

verb
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