conk definition

  • noun:
    • your head.
    • A blow, particularly from the mind.
    • Chiefly British The individual nostrils.
    • a difficult, shelflike, spore-bearing structure of specific wood-decaying fungi, found on stumps, logs, or trees.
    • A hairstyle where the hair is straightened, usually by chemical means. Also known as process1.
    • The shelf- or bracket-shaped fruiting human anatomy of a Bracket fungi (A.K.A. Shelf fungi), for example., a mushroom growing off a tree trunk.
    • A nose, particularly a large one.
    • Alternative spelling of conch.
    • the head.
    • a blow towards mind.
    • A confidential talk.
    • your head.
    • The nose.
    • In botany, a tough, leathery, or woody fungi, specifically Trametes pini, whose fruiting figures are bracket-like in form and occur upon the trunks of trees, making a decay associated with wood.
    • informal term the nostrils
  • verb-transitive:
    • hitting, specifically from the head.
    • To straighten (tightly curled tresses) typically by chemical means.
    • hitting regarding the head.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To stop performance; fail: The motor conked out on the final lap.
    • to-fall asleep, especially out of the blue or greatly: conked out on the sofa watching tv.
    • to pass through away; light.
    • To die.
  • verb:
    • going to, particularly regarding the mind.
    • To chemically straighten firmly curled hair.
    • distribute from weakness, physical or mental distress as a result of a loss of blood supply on mind
    • come to a stop
    • pass from real life and lose all bodily characteristics and procedures essential to sustain life
    • hit, especially on mind

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