adj. Cheap, easy, and quick to install.
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His team's aim is to produce CSP technology that will be cheap and quick to install. "We are developing plonkable heliostats. Plonkable means that from factory to installation you can just drop them down on to the ground and they work."
—Jeffrey Barbee, “South African team may have solved solar puzzle even Google couldn't crack,” The Guardian (London), August 24, 2015
Fortescue proposed the idea that the time for big "plonkable" sculpture has passed.
—Gina Fairley, “You can’t put that there…the Public Art dilemma,” ArtsHub, March 26, 2015
There's quite a few date fields. I'd like a dropdown for them, where the used can scroll and click on a date. This seems like a ridiculously common thing. Is it an available 'thing' on Acrobat? Where would I find it?

It seems like a common enough requirement for forms that it would be something preset and 'plonkable'.
—Amethyst42, “Dropdown date fields?,” Adobe Communities, November 20, 2012
2009 (earliest)
Working on a new track that's gonna be quite different but still plonkable
—Jon Sterlino, “Working on…,” Twitter, May 25, 2009
The two things that are going to help the community of anesthesiologists adopt ultrasound this way are its “plunkability” and the “knobology.” They are going to demand a plunkable device, meaning that you put the probe on, turn on the machine, and you’re good to go. And it has to be simple — the less “knobology” [buttons and knobs] the anesthesiologist has to learn, know or master, the better.
—Brian Sites, “Empowering Anesthesiologists for Successful Nerve Blocks,” Imaging Technology News, February 25, 2007
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