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  1. junk
    IPA[jəNGk]
  2. noun

    • 1. old or discarded articles that are considered useless or of little value:

      the cellars are full of junk we need to clear out our junk room
    • 2. worthless writing, talk, or ideas:

      I can't write this kind of junk
    • 3. a person's belongings, equipment, or baggage:

      I only have an hour to get all my junk together
    • 4. junk bonds:

      he invested in junk
    • 5. heroin:

      you do anything for junk—cheat, lie, steal
    • 6. the lump of oily fibrous tissue in a sperm whale's head, containing spermaceti.

    • 7. a man's genitals.

    verb

    • 1. discard or abandon unceremoniously:

      sort out what could be sold off and junk the rest
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: junk

    • noun

      a flat-bottomed sailing vessel typical in China and the East Indies, with a prominent stem, a high stern, and lugsails.
    • noun

      old or discarded articles that are considered useless or of little value:

      worthless writing, talk, or ideas:

    • verb

      discard or abandon unceremoniously:
    • noun

      a flat-bottomed sailing vessel of a kind typical of China and the East Indies, with a prominent stem and lugsails.
    • noun

      an accumulation of discarded articles that are considered useless or of litle value:

      an old or dilapidated car:

    • noun

      unwanted or unsolicited advertising or promotional material received through the mail or by email:
    • noun

      unwanted or unsolicited email, typically in the form of advertising or promotional material:
    • noun

      a shop selling secondhand goods or inexpensive antiques:
    • noun

      untested or unproven theories when presented as scientific fact, especially in a court of law.
    • noun

      disused satellites and other man-made debris in orbit around the earth:
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