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kitsch

noun [U]  us   /kɪtʃ/
showy art or cheap, decorative objects that are attractive to people who are thought to lack any appreciation of style or beauty: She collects all sorts of kitsch, like these ceramic figurines of movie stars.
Translations of “kitsch”
in Chinese (Traditional) 俗氣的裝飾品, 庸俗的藝術品…
in Russian китч, дешевка…
in Turkish zevksiz popüler sanat/süsler/tasarım vb…
in Chinese (Simplified) 俗气的装饰品, 庸俗的艺术品…
in Polish kicz…
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