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junk 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
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/jəNGk/,
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Old or discarded articles that are considered useless or of little value,
  1. Discard or abandon unceremoniously
    • - sort out what could be sold off and junk the rest
Noun
  1. A flat-bottomed sailing vessel typical in China and the East Indies, with a prominent stem, a high stern, and lugsails


  1. debris: the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up
  2. trash: dispose of (something useless or old); "trash these old chairs"; "junk an old car"; "scrap your old computer"
  3. any of various Chinese boats with a high poop and lugsails
  4. Junk is a British pop band. Their song "Life Is Good" appeared in the 2003 movie Agent Cody Banks, the 2006 movie The Benchwarmers, the 2002 movie When In Rome, Veronica Mars, the series 10 Things I Hate About You and the Disney Channel Original Movies You Wish! ...
  5. Junk (released as Smack in America) is a 1996 Carnegie Medal- and Guardian Award-winning novel by Melvin Burgess. The book is about the experiences of a group of teenagers who fall into heroin addiction and who embrace anarchism on the streets of Bristol, England. ...
  6. A junk is an ancient Chinese sailing vessel design still in use today. Junks were developed during the Han Dynasty (206 BC–220 AD) and were used as sea-going vessels as early as the 2nd century AD. They evolved in the later dynasties, and were used throughout Asia for extensive ocean voyages. ...
  7. "Junk" is a song written by Paul McCartney in 1968 while The Beatles were in India. It was originally under consideration for The Beatles (also known as the White Album). It was passed over for that LP, as it was for Abbey Road. ...
  8. This is a list of planets appearing in the fictional Transformers storyline.
  9. Discarded or waste material; rubbish, trash; A collection of miscellaneous items of little value; Any narcotic drug, especially heroin; Genitalia; Salt beef; To throw away
  10. (junks) Chinese ships equipped with watertight bulkheads, sternpost rudders, compasses, and bamboo fenders; dominant force in Asian seas east of the Malayan peninsula. (p. 437)
  11. Old cordage past its useful service life as lines aboard ship. The strands of old junk were teased apart in the process called picking oakum.
  12. A hand with little expected value.
  13. 1) forkball, screwball, knuckleball. 2) anything thrown by ex-Astros reliever Mike Magnante.
  14. 'Junk' DNA refers to sequence regions of DNA without known function, that is, it does not contain instructions for making proteins. About 97% of the human genome has previously been designated as "junk". ...
  15. When John Tyner, a software programmer from San Diego, was faced with the new pat-down procedure, he captured the encounter on his mobile phone and posted it online. ...
  16. Salted beef or pork. This isn't freshly cooked and prepared meat. The salt was intended to preserve it inside a barrel. It got hard... real hard. (see hardtack)
  17. Pieces of old Cable, out of which Mats, Gaskets, &c. are made.
  18. Narcotics. A drug trafficker is said to be in the "junk business."
  19. A very large flatbottom sailing ship produced in the Tang and Song Empires, specially designed for long-distance commercial travel. (p. 288)
  20. Condemned rope, cut up and used for making mats, swabs, oakum, &c.
  21. The term "junk" shall mean old or scrap copper, brass, rope, rags, batteries, paper, - trash, rubber debris, waste, or junked, dismantled, or wrecked automobiles or parts thereof, iron, steel, and other old or scrap ferrous or nonferrous material.
  22. flat bottomed and high sterned sea-going BOAT with battened lugsail rigging, and a fenestrated RUDDER; its keel is known as a "dragon's spine"; the term JUNK derives from pidgin Chinese. ...
  23. Heroin, so named because it's never pure when sold on the street
  24. Heroin."Junk" and booze have laid a heavy toll on Jazz.
  25. n. that which should not be touch by agents from the Transportation Security Administration; when preceding “shot,” a technique to cap an undersea oil well.