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kinknoun [C]

uk   us   /kɪŋk/

kink noun [C] (TWIST)

an unwanted twist or bend in a wire, rope, pipe, etc. that is usually straight: There was a kink in the pipe. US a sore muscle, especially in the neck or back

kink noun [C] (PROBLEM)

something that is wrong: Pete still needs to iron out a few kinks in his game.

kink noun [C] (HABIT)

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