n. in poker, a player who will call any bet rather than fold, even when their cards are bad. Named for the ignorant and unmoveable donkey, the "donk" won't ever move out of a hand and fold, no matter how much you bet. Thus bluffing does no good against donks, so you might as well not even try it. Especially infuriating when these donks end up getting lucky on the turn and the river, coming up with great hands when any reasonable person would have folded long ago. See also "calling station"
I had aces in the hole. I bet huge on all streets. This stupid donk keeps calling me with 7-4 offsuit, and hits a 7 on the turn and a 4 on the river to beat me. Man, do I hate donks.
por benjasdad-2000 21 de Junho de 2009
A pipe/plank-sound, that is used in Bouncy/scouse house/NRG music. Hearing this sound in a piece of music, one can easily recognise the genre of music it is.

The sound is most commonly placed midway between beats, in the same place as hi-hats, but can be put in other places for different effects and such. The music it is used in is usually played between 150 and 160 Beats Per Minute.

When dancing, a donk commonly makes the dancer bounce on the donk beat.
They're playing some bouncy donk music tonight at that club!

Are we goin' donkin tonight?
por BraDRoBBo 29 de Março de 2008
A Donk is a 71-76 chevy Impala or Caprice. That sits on 22 to 26 inch rims the higher the better. Donks are mostly found Down South.
Whoo that donk riden high on 26's.
Chevy riden High
por MIA port 12 de Junho de 2006
A very large backside.
Dangggg, look at that girls donk! I'd tap that twice!
por ChanChick 05 de Setembro de 2008
Contrary to American definitions refering to female booty...in Australia "Donk" refers to a males cock. Makes for humorous listening to Soulja Boi's song "She Got A Donk".
She wont be laughing when i drop my donk in her arse.
por Hilfy 03 de Maio de 2008
n. A bad poker player.
He called a raise with 74 offsuit? What a donk!
por DonkDetector 30 de Julho de 2005
Donk is a slang term referring to a type of highly customized automobile, typically an inexpensive American-built sedan from the 1970s,1980s or 1990s. Donks originally grew out of the Dirty South hip hop subculture but the trend has spread across the United States. Vehicles customized in the donk style are distinguished by their outsized (even disproportionate) rims, ranging from 20" to 30" or more in diameter, as well as fanciful custom paint-jobs and expensive audio hardware. Suspension modifications similar to those employed on lifted pickup trucks are made to give adequate clearance for the large rims. Often the suspension is modified so the front end sits slightly higher than the rear end, giving the car a swaggering appearance. Because of the almost comically exaggerated look gained from installing a lifted suspension and enormous rims, donks are also known as "hi-risers" or "sky-scrapers."

Popular vehicles for these types of modifications are full-size Chevrolet, Ford and Chrysler models. Two of the most popular models to modify are the Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Many enthusiasts agree that the term "donk" was orginally shortened from "donkey," because the Chevolet Impala logo resembled one. The donk label has been applied to other cars, but the only true donk is an Impala. There are several sub-types of donks, although the distinctions are blurred and open to debate. However, most hi-riser enthusiasts agree that a traditional donk is a 1970s-era car with a sloping rear end. A "box" is a sub-type of a donk, usually a 1980s-era car with a boxy or squared-off front and rear end. A "bubble" is another sub-type and is usually a car with smooth, streamlined lines from the 1990s or 2000s.
ridin in tha donk wit tha top down and dat bang in tha trunk
por Dope_BOY_cutlass72 16 de Outubro de 2007

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