junk

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdʒʌŋk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dʒʌŋk/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling( jungk)


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junk

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [household, garage, domestic, office, workshop] junk
  2. a [heap, pile, mound] of junk
  3. a [room, drawer, garage] full of junk
  4. [need to, should] get rid of some of this junk!
  5. a [useless, worthless] piece of junk
  6. throw [away, out] the junk
  7. what a load of junk!
  8. this [TV, car, table] is such a piece of junk!
  9. junk [piling up, accumulating] in the [garage, basement]
  10. a lot of junk to [sell, get rid of, give away]
  11. [filter, sort, sift] through the junk
  12. sort the junk from the [useful, practical] (things)
  13. read a lot of junk in the [press, media, papers]
  14. there is a lot of junk out there
  15. [bought, found] junk at a [yard, garage] sale
  16. just [eats, reads, buys] junk
  17. should (try to) eat less junk
v
  1. junk your [car, TV set, computer]
  2. junk the [old, rusty, broken] [TV set]
  3. junk the [file, folder]
  4. junk an [old, obsolete, unnecessary] [file]
  5. junked by [users, managers, technicians]
  6. junked his [car] after [five years]
  7. (and) junk the [rest, remainder]
  8. junk a [policy, plan, syllabus]
n as adj
  1. a junk mail [filter, folder]
  2. too much junk mail
  3. delete junk [files, emails]
  4. eat too much junk food
  5. clear out the junk room
  6. in the junk drawer
  7. a junk [car, phone]
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