Learn how to say Planked correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word plank:
1a long, thin, flat piece of timber, used especially in building and flooring.
2a fundamental point of a political or other programme:
the central plank of the bill is the curb on industrial polluters
3a physical exercise designed to strengthen the abdominal muscles, in which one performs a press-up and holds the raised position for a set period of time:
the session usually include a lot of core work, lunges, planks, and squats
4British informal a stupid person.
1make, provide, or cover with planks:
(as adjective planked)
the planked wooden steps
2 informal put or set (something) down forcefully or abruptly:
Ned planked the glasses in front of him
3Scottish hide (something):
he had planked £1,000 under the mattress
[alteration of the verb plant]
walk the plank
(in former times) be forced by pirates to walk blindfold along a plank over the side of a ship to one’s death in the sea.
Middle English: from Old Northern French planke, from late Latin planca ‘board’, feminine (used as a noun) of plancus ‘flat-footed’