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.
2. Did you hear the new Fluke CD? It's very good.
2. A company that makes electronic testing equipment to measure voltage, amperage, ohms, and other such like things.
2. I just bought a fluke meter, now I can test the voltage of these batteries.
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.
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.
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 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..."