punk

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Argo) berduş
pankçı
çürümüş odun
pank
rahatsız
saçmalık
siktiriboktan
(Aİ) hasta
zırva
Çürük tahta
Değersiz şey, boş laf
Kav
hasta/değersiz
{s} değersiz
gangster
{i} serseri

Bu serserilere iyi bir ders vereceğim. - I'll teach these punks a good lesson.

Fakat serserilerin hâlâ var olma nedeni budur! - But that is why punks still exist!

{i} boş lâf
{s} boş
yemlik
{i} değersiz tip
cahil adam
i., k.dili
{s} punk
{i} çeteci
punkçu. s. punkçu
çocuk, sübyan, kopil
zırva/serseri/çürük tahta
{s} kalitesiz
{i} acemi
{i} toy
punk culture
pank kültürü
third person singular of punk
üçüncü kişi punk tekil
wood punk
Ağacın/tahtanın çürümüş kısmı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A utensil for lighting wicks or fuses (such as those of fireworks) resembling stick incense

He raised the cylinder high in the air with his bare hand, used a punk to light the fuse, and KABOOM!.

Of, or resembling the punk subculture

You look very punk with your t-shirt, piercing and chains.

A person subscribing to the movement, a punk rocker

Usage note: An informal plural used within the punk subculture is punx.

A prostitute

And made them fight, like mad or drunk,For Dame Religion, as for punk.

A social and musical movement rooted in rebelling against the established order
A juvenile delinquent, young petty criminal or trouble-maker
The music of the punk movement, known for short songs with electric guitars, strong drums, and a direct, unproduced approach
To prank

I got expelled when I punked the principal.

A male used for sex by larger or stronger inmates

A punk, if you want it in plain English, is a boy with smooth skin who takes the place of a woman in a jailbird's love life.

The bottom in a male-male sexual relationship; a catamite

Because he was so weak, Vinny soon became Tony's punk.

To give up or concede; to act like a wimp

Jimmy was going to help me with the prank, but he punked-out at the last minute.

Various kinds of material used as tinder for lighting fires, such as agaric, dry decayed wood or touchwood

He made him a little smoldering pocket of punk to light the fuses and waited.

To forcibly perform anal sex upon an unwilling partner

Tony punked all his new cell-mates.

A worthless person
To pimp

Tony punked-out Vinny when he was low on smokes.

{n} a strumpet, common prostitute
{i} rotten wood used as kindling; delinquent, hoodlum (Slang); rock music with intentionally offending lyrics that express anger and social alienation; member of the punk movement (mainly from the 1970s); aggressive and violent young criminal
Mulder [OBSSE]
See Amadou, and Spunk
Wood so decayed as to be dry, crumbly, and useful for tinder; touchwood
of very poor quality
Subversive street culture movement that originated in London in the mid-1970s Embracing art, music and fashion, followers of Punk were recognizable by their aggressive visual appearance and anarchic behavior Back To Top
A punk or a punk rocker is a young person who likes punk music and dresses in a very noticeable and unconventional way, for example by having brightly coloured hair and wearing metal chains. Aggressive form of rock music that coalesced into an international (though predominantly Anglo-American) movement in 1975-80. Originating in the countercultural rock of artists such as the Velvet Underground and Iggy (Pop) and the Stooges, punk rock evolved in New York City in the mid-1970s with artists such as Patti Smith and the Ramones. It soon took root in London where distinctly "punk" fashions, including spiked hair and ripped clothing, were popularized with bands such as the Sex Pistols and the Clash, and later in California, with X, Black Flag, and the Dead Kennedys. It is often marked by a fast, aggressive beat, loud guitar with abrupt chord changes, and nihilistic lyrics. Variants include new wave (more pop-oriented and accessible) and hardcore (characterized by brief, harsh songs played at breakneck speed); the latter continued to thrive through the 1990s
material for starting a fire
{s} worthless, having little or no value; lowly, inferior; pertaining to the punk rock movement
substance that smolders when ignited; used to light fuses (especially fireworks)
an aggressive and violent young criminal
A rock form characterized by aggressive volume, short, angry vocals and often bitter political or hopeless emotional content It was born as a reaction to the bland, corporate rock of the 1970s Early exponents of punk include Sex Pistols, The Clash, Ramones and Buzzcocks Punk's recent revival is attributed to the dominance of sound-alike “alternative” bands
- a stick of compressed sawdust that burns extremely slow, used for igniting consumer fireworks
rock music with deliberately offensive lyrics expressing anger and social alienation; in part a reaction against progressive rock
Punk or punk rock is rock music that is played in a fast, loud, and aggressive way and is often a protest against conventional attitudes and behaviour. Punk rock was particularly popular in the late 1970s. I was never really into punk. a punk rock band
An artificial tinder
A fungus Polyporus fomentarius, etc
A prostitute; a strumpet
sometimes dried for tinder; agaric
a teenager or young adult who is a performer (or enthusiast) of punk rock and a member of the punk youth subculture
punk music
punk rock
punk rock
A fast, often distorted rock music originating from the 1970s which is usually associated with angry, offensive, or "politically-charged" lyrics
punk rocker
A person who produces music associated with or subscribes to the lifestyle of punk rock music that originated in the 1970s; a punker
punk rockers
plural form of punk rocker
punk zine
A zine addressing and describing the punk subculture

Punk zines wanted to make readers into music makers, zine publishers, and protesters rather than passive consumers.

punk zines
plural form of punk zine
punk-ass
obnoxious, stupid or otherwise unworthy of respect

punk-ass bitch.

punk rock
A loud fast moving form of rock music with crude and aggressive effects
punk rock
A sub-style of rock music emerging in the 1970's, first in New York (with bands such as the Ramones, Television, the Talking Heads, and Blondie) and then in Great Britain (led by the Sex Pistols and the Clash) In part a reaction against the glossy production values of the progressive rock and disco phases, punk musicians played a deliberately artless and noisy breed of garage-band rock, a call to return rock performance to the masses Punk rock only really caught on when the Seattle grunge bands took on key elements of the style in the early 1990's
punk rock
type of rock and roll music noted for its aggressive beats and nonconformist messages
punk rock
rock music with deliberately offensive lyrics expressing anger and social alienation; in part a reaction against progressive rock
punk rock
A form of hard-driving rock 'n' roll originating in the 1970s, characterized by harsh lyrics attacking conventional society and popular culture, and often expressing alienation and anger
punk rock
A form of "music" created to disprove the theory that Baby Boomers like all music Its only redeeming value is that most of its fans wear black high-top Chucks For more audio annoyance, try "Rap " For more information, see "Cobain, Kurt" (but not in concert)
punk rocker
a teenager or young adult who is a performer (or enthusiast) of punk rock and a member of the punk youth subculture
punk rocker
A performer or follower of punk rock music
anarcho-punk
Pertaining to a subculture with elements of punk and anarchist politics
hunky punk
a grotesque carving, usually of a squatting animal, on the side of a building, especially on that of a church
pop punk
A genre that combines elements of punk rock with elements of pop music
punker
A punk rocker: a performer of punk rock

And famous punker Joe Strummer figures prominently in Mercury's life.

ska punk
Someone associate with, or fond of, this style of music
ska punk
A style of music combining ska and punk rock
punker
{i} punk rock musician; adherent of punk rock
punkest
superlative of punk
punks
third person singular of punk
punks
plural of punk
punks
a youth subculture closely associated with punk rock music in the late 1970s; in part a reaction to the hippy subculture; dress was optional but intended to shock (plastic garbage bags or old school uniforms) and hair was dyed in bright colors (in Mohican haircuts or sometimes spiked in bright plumes)
punks
punx
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