[ UK /blˈə‍ʊk/ ]
[ US /ˈbɫoʊk/ ]
  1. a boy or man
    there's a fellow at the door
    he's a likable cuss
    that chap is your host
    he's a good bloke
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How To Use bloke In A Sentence

  • A couple of blokes tried to glass me in the face with a pint tumbler.
  • I'm a 25-year-old single bloke who plays international cricket and tours the world.
  • If a bloke's a waiter, it ain't fair to bung him down as a ` waster ". STAGE FRIGHT
  • Tell me, exactly what happens when the first C130 full of blokes cops a Manpad up it's jacksie and crash lands in flames? Army Rumour Service
  • You got a big hefty looking bloke who looked like he could handle himself in a barney, put him and a bunch of like mates out on the streets at all hours of the day and night as a visible presence.
  • It was the first time I had met the pleasant bloke, though he had registered four years back.
  • He is an ordinary bloke who is not too bothered about his clothes.
  • No sign of Dobson and his goon, but one bloke was stock-still on the pavement, keeping his eyes on us even when jostled. THE TARTAN RINGERS
  • But the one who's most captured the admiration of everyone is a local bloke.
  • On a typical day, blokes spend 14 minutes getting ready. The Sun
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