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Translation of "junk" - English-Turkish dictionary

junk

noun [U]
 
 
/dʒʌŋk/ informal
old things which have little value
değersiz eski şeyler
Rubbish and wasteEnvironmental issues
Translations of “junk”
in Arabic خُرْدة…
in Korean 쓰레기, 폐물…
in Malaysian barang-barang lama…
in French bric-à-brac…
in Italian cianfrusaglie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 垃圾, 廢棄的舊東西, 破爛的東西…
in Russian хлам, барахло…
in Polish rupiecie, graty…
in Vietnamese đồ tạp nhạp…
in Spanish trastos…
in Portuguese tralhas, trastes…
in Thai เศษของที่ไม่ใช้แล้ว…
in German der Trödel, Trödel……
in Catalan trastos…
in Japanese がらくた…
in Indonesian rongsokan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 垃圾, 废弃的旧东西, 破烂…
(Definition of junk from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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