Definition of peng in English:

peng

adjective

informal British
  • Very appealing, attractive, or impressive (used as a general term of approval)

    • ‘she looks ridiculously peng’
    • ‘whether it's a peng new club or new music, it doesn't take long for the shine to dim’
    • ‘hash browns are peng and will forever have my heart’
    mouth-watering, appetizing, tasty, flavoursome, flavourful, delectable, toothsome, inviting, very enjoyable, very palatable

Pronunciation

peng

/peNG/ /peŋ/

Origin

Early 21st century probably derived from a shortening of kushungpeng, a term for marijuana popularized by reggae music.