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in the san diego, ca 92114 area a fluke can be the action of saying you are going to do somthing, or something you call a person a who says they are going to do something, and they make you think they really are and then they up and change their mind about doing it and dont do it.
at 4:03pm jennifer, "be ready by 6:30pm on the dot because that's when we're leaving!"

at 7:26 tiffany calls jennifer, "hey where the hell are you at? it's 7:26pm, you said 6:30pm"

jennifer, "oh yea, i dont think im going any more."

tiffany, "damn, you FLUKED me.....well gee thanks for letting me know you changed your mnid foo! uugh you damn fluke!"

jennifer, "whatever"
by TiFFBO February 18, 2010
 
1.
1. Occurence based solely on luck or chance.

2. English house-pop trio from the early 90's to later move onto trip-hop and electronica sounds. Most famous for the songs "Absurd" and "Atomb Bomb". Both off of their critically acclaimed album, Risotto.
1.That game was a total fluke. Nine times out of ten we would have beaten that team.

2. Did you hear the new Fluke CD? It's very good.
by GernomRune November 17, 2004
 
2.
A coincidence, luck
it was a sheer fluke that horse came in at all!
by jester May 01, 2003
 
3.
something that happens solely due to luck
It was just a fluke that you won. You won't be so lucky next time.
by Light Joker January 04, 2006
 
4.
can be used to describe a situation of bullshit.
Damn where the hell did that cop come from..Thats fluke!
by bskillzz February 16, 2006
 
5.
1. Used in describing a situation, instance, or object of chance, surprise, or perplexity.

2. A company that makes electronic testing equipment to measure voltage, amperage, ohms, and other such like things.

1. What the fluke!? That was a fluke.

2. I just bought a fluke meter, now I can test the voltage of these batteries.
by Little Dog Monk August 29, 2006
 
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In Northern Ireland and Ireland (at least), a fluke (pronounced flook) is a verb meaning to win against the odds. It can also be used as a noun meaning something won against the odds or someone who wins that way.

Fluke tends to be a positive appreciation of good luck, rather than a denial of the win. It can be used to playfully reject someone's win though, or to be humble about one's own win.
(In appreciation of someone winning): "Whoa, flukey. Well done!"

(In bemused disbelief that someone won a football game): "Jeez, how did you score that goal? You weren't even kicking it right. What a fluke!"

(In happy humility after winning): "Thanks. It was just a fluke really".

(When someone beats you in a game, but you're convinced you'll win next time): "Fluke! Let's go again."

(To tell a story without it seeming boastful): "Well, the whole thing was a fluke really. Back in early Spring, I..."
by Flukemeister March 25, 2009
 
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The name that most people use to refer to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (AKA, the Anaheim Angels and the California Angels).

They're the Flukes because somehow, they stumbled into a World Series win in 2002. Most people just laugh at the Aristotelian confluence of improbable events that made this possible. The team had no talent and has accomplished nothing since, so yeah, they're the Flukes, and shall be called thus forevermore.
The Flukes might have accidentally taken the World Series because during Spring Training, their retarded Rally Monkey farted on several team members. Of course, the players loved it because, well, they're nasty and retarded. They inhaled enough of the gas to destroy what little of their brains they had left, and they forgot how horrible they really were at baseball, and had career years, all for reasons passing understanding.

Of course, that's just one Fluke theory. Any other explanation is probably just as good for the Flukes to have accidentally taken the World Series.
by Ploppers October 08, 2007