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funk

noun [U]  us   /fʌŋk/

funk noun [U] (UNHAPPY STATE)

the state of being unhappy and without hope: The team’s been in a funk, losing three of the last four games.

funk noun [U] (MUSIC)

a style of music related to jazz, with a strong rhythm
Translations of “funk”
in Vietnamese sự kinh sợ…
in Spanish canguelo, acojone…
in Thai สภาวะกลัว…
in Malaysian kecut perut…
in French trouille…
in German der Bammel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鄉土爵士樂,放克…
in Indonesian rasa takut…
in Russian фанк…
in Turkish Afrika ve caz müziğinden etkilenmiş güçlü ritimleri olan bir tarz pop müzik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 乡土爵士乐…
in Polish (muzyka) funk…
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