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Definitions and meanings of "Bloke"

What do we mean by bloke?

A fellow; a man. noun

Man; fellow: a term of disrespect or contumely. noun

A man who behaves in a particularly laddish or overtly heterosexual manner. noun

An anglophone man. noun

An exemplar of a certain masculine, independent male archetype. noun

A boy or man noun

A man, a fellow; an ordinary man, a man on the street.

A man who behaves in a particularly laddish or overtly heterosexual manner.

(A lower deck term for) the Captain or Executive Officer of a warship, with particular reference to discipline and punishment.

An exemplar of a certain masculine, independent male archetype.

An anglophone man.

Man, guy Urban Dictionary

You stupid americans are all wrong. Bloke is simply a British slang term for 'man/guy', with perhaps slight connotations of masculinity, and used only in an informal setting. Unlike 'guy' it is not normally used vocatively, as in 'hey you blokes'. Urban Dictionary

British Word for a dude and guy. Urban Dictionary

Bloke: an informal English word for man, similar to chap, guy, feller/fella/fellow,geezer. Often thought of as an Australian word as it is commonly used over there. The Aussie Bloke is a stereotype of a typical Australian Man, i.e. loves sport, beer, bbq's. It's used in UK and Aus. in the same way guy and dude are used in America According to a local newspaper in the Midlands, the word originated in the Black country (an area near Birmingham, UK), but I'm really not sure how much truth is in that! Urban Dictionary

British slang term referring to a male. It is a stereotype of a male - the 'man's man'. Urban Dictionary

Typically, "man" or "guy". It's origins are unknown, but it is unlikely to have come from the the Midlands in the UK, as suggested by one user. It is used commonly in the UK and Australia, although it has usage in Canada and the USA too. It's earliest recorded usage was in Cab Calloway's 1931 recording 'Minnie The Moocher' where he sings "She messed around with a bloke named smokey, she loved him..." It has been used more frequently in Kanye West's collaboration with the UK's Estelle Urban Dictionary

The asian version of broke Urban Dictionary

The British/Australian equivalent of the American dude. Just as dude is sterotyped as a word for stoners, bloke has tough guy connotations. In reality, they'reb oth just pronouns for a person. Urban Dictionary

I see their are some Americans I suspect of French or Ukranian origin on this site who have a grudge against the British. For your information the word 'bloke' is similar to the American 'dude' except that it is more symbolic of a regular guy. In other words it's connotation is not as gay as 'dude'. Urban Dictionary

Australian slang for a male. However, more specifically refers to the stereotypical view of a typical Australian man. The average bloke has a beer gut, a thick, bushy, stubble beard and very short hair, as to not have his masculinity questioned. He is homophobic, lazy, overweight, crude and finds nothing more humorous than toilet humour. He spends most of his time watching cricket or football or going on fishing trips with his mates. He will make sure any male children he has are playing sport at a very young age and teach them that feelings are only for women and ‘faggots.’ Any female children he has will get much less attention then their brother/s. He will also show little to no affection for his wife beyond a sexual manner, in case this is interpreted as being ‘gay.’ He is usually, but not always, some form of tradesmen such as a plumber or builder. Urban Dictionary

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The word "bloke" in example sentences

I get it, this other bloke is a formidable fighter. ❋ Grrm (2010)

Vanessa I agree I am pale white as well and I naturally am always cold whilst my bloke is always boiling hot. ❋ Unknown (2010)

And of the bloke is as serious as he has been trying to show himself as, he might say #¤%&¤ to the $$$ and just join a non-profit organisation that fights videogames. ❋ Unknown (2008)

At the end it turned out that the bloke is some sad sod who has no idea how to communicate with females. ❋ Darwi (2009)

So now, sort off, most of my initial “getting to know” this bloke, is reduced to figuring out is he realistic or not. ❋ Darwi (2009)

That brutishly bloody bloke is hell bent on just bashin 'up BHO rather than offerin' an alternative. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Of course, a big heroic bloke from the Stellar Guardians. ❋ Blue Tyson (2010)

My reaction was fueled by the fact that I honestly thought that the bloke is interested in me too, and then that happened. ❋ Darwi (2009)

Once the bloke is done with Stieg I can do him over on LEFT4DED. ❋ Unknown (2010)

The start Steve Bruce's team have made to this Premier League season has at least got the bloke from the newsagent's off his twin favourite topics: Len Shackleton and Kevin Keegan, two footballers who represent the yin and yang of his life. ❋ Harry Pearson (2010)

One such bloke is Thom, a dissatisfied man who lives with a woman he doesn't love (who may or may not work for the Big Brother that the government has become) and loves a woman he cannot afford. ❋ Unknown (2009)

The bloke is a self righteous CNUT, he will fit it perfectly at PSD! on March 31, 2010 at 8: 50 am Phil ❋ Inspector Gadget (2010)

I was on the tube a few weeks back and was waiting on a platform next to a bloke from the BTP who may or may not have been on duty. ❋ Inspector Gadget (2009)

No sense no feeling. on November 22, 2008 at 5: 39 pm | Reply dmc bloke from the force, ❋ Inspector Gadget (2008)

This bloke is now a “child abuser”, along with those who starve their kids and with violent paedophiles. ❋ Inspector Gadget (2008)

No idea who the French bloke is (but like you I had to google it to find out). ❋ Inspector Gadget (2008)

I lost faith in the coomendation system when I rescued a bloke from a burning house and got a “quality achiever award” along with a cleaner for “outstanding” work. on November 8, 2008 at 8: 21 pm | Reply Max make that “commendation”. ❋ Inspector Gadget (2008)

❋ VAKI5 (2003)

'I met this bloke [in town] who told me to stop [wasting] [my time] on the internet...' ❋ Zimo (2004)

[Look at that] [well proper] bloke [over there] . ❋ Ellev (2006)

'Look [at that] fat bloke over there!' 'Right, what are you [blokes] [drinking]?' ❋ D7 (2006)

I met a bloke in the [pub] who give me a great [tip] for the [gee gees]. ❋ Aj Phythian (2004)

1) I met a bloke in the [pub] 2) That bloke is pissed 3) Watch that bloke over there 4) [That man's] really [blokey] ❋ GillsMan (2008)

[far out man], [my car] [just] bloke ❋ Declanisromped (2008)

[Brit]: Look at those drunk [blokes] [pissing] behind that pub! ❋ KrissURKringleGoodbye (2005)

Some bloke [picked] a [fight] with us [on the street] yesterday. ❋ Fortman (2006)

Sally: Henry used to be so sweet. Now he just sits [on the couch] drinking beer and watching sport all day. [Julie]: Mark is exactly the same. I’ll never understand [blokes]. OR Chuck: Jay, I can’t believe Stacy dumped you for Max. All he does is get drunk and talk about football. Jay: I know! I was dumped for a bloke! ❋ Cruze (2006)

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