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A slang-term used in British English to describe something as "first class" or "absolutely genuine".
That DVD is no "bootleg". It's pukka.
Por Anonymongo 20 de noviembre de 2006
Used as an expression of quality - one of the many catchphrases used by celebrity twat Jamie Oliver.
"Being a chef is pukka."
Por Mad Walrus 06 de agosto de 2002
Pukka. it means the real mcCoy, genuine, echt, the real deal, bona fide, original.

'that thing about pukka being chinese slang for bitches was a load of shite'
Por Max Biggins 19 de abril de 2006
It's a Hindi word popularized by Jamie Oliver. It literally means 'cooked', but when used in slang, it gives emphasis. And the British twat pronounces it wrong - you say 'PUK-kah', not 'pukka'.

It can mean everything is okay, finished, complete.
Jim, this is the pukka weed my friend. Where did you find it?

He forgot the ketchup? This MacDo isn't pukka!
Por suspectedterrorist 31 de mayo de 2005
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