junk

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Englisch - Türkisch
atılacak eşyalar
ıskarta mal
(Argo) uyuşturucu maddeler
hurdalar

Babamın öldüğünde bıraktığı antikalar değersiz hurdalardan başka bir şey değildi. - The antiques my father left when he died turned out to be nothing but worthless junk.

kuru kalabalık
hurdaya çıkarmak
ıskartaya çıkarmak
hırtı pırtı
hurda malzeme
süprüntü
ıvır zıvır

Ivır zıvır yiyecek yemekten vazgeçmek için irade gücüne sahip olmadığım için kendimden nefret ediyorum. - I hate myself for not having the will power to quit eating junk food.

Bütün bu ıvır zıvırdan kurtulabilir misin? - Could you get rid of all this junk?

boktan şey
Çinli'lere özgü altı düz yelkenli gemi
kalitesiz
döküntü eşya
çöp

Tom'un bir sürü çöpten kurtulması gerekiyor. - Tom needs to get rid of a lot of junk.

hurda

O hurdayı öyle yüksek bir fiyata gerçekten sattığına inanamıyorum. - I can't believe that you really sold that junk for such a high price.

Tom bir sürü hurda biriktirdi. - Tom has accumulated a lot of junk.

pılı pırtı
(Gıda) abur cubur

junk food = abur cubur besin değeri az olan yiyecek.

Tom asla abur cubur yemez. - Tom never eats junk food.

Tom çok fazla abur cubur yer. - Tom eats too much junk food.

(deyim) kalça (amerikan argo)
(argo) Penis, alet, malafat
dili çöpe atmak
{f} hurdaya ayırmak

Yeni arabamın üstüne bir ağaç düştü ve onu hurdaya ayırmak zorunda kaldım. - A tree fell on my new car and I had to junk it.

{i} tapon mal
eskici
{i} esrar

Kuzenim bir esrarkeştir. - My cousin is a junkie.

{i} Çin yelkenlisi
Çin sularında kullanılan bir çeşit yelkenli gemi
junk dealer eski eşya satıcısı
{f} çöpe atmak
{i} değersiz şey

Sen hiç bu değersiz şeyin bazılarından kurtulmayı düşündün mü? - Have you ever considered getting rid of some of this junk?

{f} atmak
{i} atılacak eşyalar; hurdalar: That car's a piece of junk. O arabanın hurdası çıkmış
yelkenli/eroin/çöp/hurda
{i} hurda demir
{f} ıskartaya ayırmak
{i} argo uyuşturucu maddeler
çinli`lere özgü altı düz yelkenli gemi
{i} uyuşturucu
yıkıntı
kırpıntı
eroin
döküntü

Kurtulmamız gereken bir sürü işe yaramaz döküntümüz var. - We've got a bunch of useless junk we should get rid of.

junk bond
(Ticaret) çürük tahvil
junk mail
(Bilgisayar) önemsiz posta
junk shop
eski eşya dükkanı
junk dealer
hurdacı
junk dealer
eskici
junk food
sağlıksız yiyecek
junk market
bit pazarı
junk ring
yumuşak piston yayı
junk shop
eski eşya dükkânı
junk yard
araba mezarlığı
junk bonds
junk tahvil
junk e-mail
önemsiz e-posta
junk food
Abur cubur

Tom asla abur cubur yemez. - Tom never eats junk food.

Gerçek yemek yeme yerine, sadece tüm gün abur cubur yedik. - Instead of eating real food, we just ate junk food all day.

junk food
aburcubur
junk in the trunk
Bagajda önemsiz
junk pile
hurda yığını
junk bonds
(Ticaret) ıskarta tahviller
junk email
(Bilgisayar) istenmeyen eposta
junk food
tadı güzel, besin değeri az olan yiyecek
junk heap
argo hurdası çıkmış araba
junk mail
reklam olarak gelen posta
junk ring
(Havacılık) gaz segmanı
junk senders
(Bilgisayar) önemsiz gönderenler
junk senders list
Önemsiz İleti Gönderenler Listesi
junk shop
eskici dükkânı
junk yard
hurdalık
junk yata
(Ticaret) araba mezarlığı
junk ypard
araba mezarlığı
junk food
tadı güzel
piece of junk
(Argo) hurda
piece of junk
(Argo) külüstür
junky
bkz.junkie
junks
ıvır zıvır
past of junk
önemsiz geçmiş
plural of , junk
in, önemsiz çoğul
remainders of iron, junk iron
demir kalıntıları, hurda demir
junky
uyuşturucu müptelası
ship junk
gemi hurdası
Englisch - Englisch
Genitalia
A Chinese sailing vessel
Any narcotic drug, especially heroin
Discarded or waste material; rubbish, trash
A collection of miscellaneous items of little value
To throw away
Salt beef
{n} a Chinese ship, old ropes
and when picked to pieces, forming oakum for filling the seams of ships
E-MAIL - unsolicited commercial e-mail; also known as "spam " Usually junk e-mail doesn't contain the recipient's address on the "To" line Instead, the addressee is a made-up name, such as "[email protected] com " Or the address on the "To" line is identical to the one on the "From' line
(aka: "backspin", "english") see "juice" above
bought and sold by junk dealers
male genitalia
The style of play that has many stones in play
{i} material which has been thrown out or discarded, trash, refuse, something which is useless or worthless; heroin or other narcotic (Slang)
A type of defense where the lazy/ old players stand around in space and the young stupid player runs around after the disc See Marker
If you junk something, you get rid of it or stop using it. Consumers will not have to junk their old cassettes to use the new format = ditch, jettison. to get rid of something because it is old or useless. Classic Chinese sailing vessel of ancient unknown origin, still in wide use. High-sterned, with a projecting bow, the junk carries up to five masts on which are set square sails consisting of panels of linen or matting flattened by bamboo strips. Each sail can be spread or closed at a pull, like a venetian blind. The massive rudder takes the place of a keel. Chinese junks were sailing to Indonesian and Indian waters by the early Middle Ages
{f} throw out, get rid of, trash
(B) poor cards; poor honor cards
Heroin
n Slang for off-speed shots, balls intentionally hit off the block, and deflected shots that do not travel in expected paths or to anticipated locations
Dad's stuff
dispose of (something useless or old); "trash these old chairs"; "junk an old car"; "scrap your old computer"
in navigating their waters
{i} flat-bottomed Chinese sailing ship with square sails
Things that belong to Dad
Things belonging to Dad
A fragment of any solid substance; a thick piece
A type of ship of Chinese waters
A slang term for heroine Other street names include black tar, china white, dog food, dreamer, dust, H, horse, scag, and smack
Pieces of old cable or old cordage, used for making gaskets, mats, swabs, etc
any of various Chinese boats with a high poop and lugsails
the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up
A large vessel, without keel or prominent stem, and with huge masts in one piece, used by the Chinese, Japanese, Siamese, Malays, etc
Collective term for all golfing side bets You can pick up junk from barkies, greenies, nasties, sandies, and, yes, even birdies
Junk is old and used goods that have little value and that you do not want any more. What are you going to do with all that junk, Larry?
Old iron, or other metal, glass, paper, etc
Hard salted beef supplied to ships
junk DNA
Any portion of the DNA sequence of a chromosome or a genome for which no function has been identified
junk bond
A bond (an instrument of debt) which is considered below "investment grade" due to a significant risk of default by the issuer. The interest rate is higher in order to compensate holders for that risk
junk conference
A form of academic conference which is run for other than academic purposes and which does not meet normal academic standards

He found a junk conference to attend so he could go somewhere warm last winter.

junk food
Food with little or no nutritional value
junk mail
any mail or letters that are not welcome or solicited and typically sent in bulk; especially mail of a commercial nature such as advertising circulars and form letters
junk science
Assertions that have the appearance, but not the actuality, of scientific support

His testimimony was worse than science fiction, it was junk science.

junk science
A cluster of assertions, publications, and experts that have the appearance, but not the actuality, of a scientific specialty

Our field falls neither in the category of immediately acceptable DNA experts at one end of the spectrum nor in the category of the immediately unacceptable so-called junk sciences at the other end.

junk sciences
plural form of junk science
junk shot
a method to shut off a faulty blowout preventer (BOP) by injecting the BOP with material that will clog up the innards and result in a choking off of the hole
junk sick
Of or pertaining to the nausea sometimes suffered by the user of a narcotic the following day, or after the effects of the drug begin to wear off

I checked into the hospital junk sick and spent four days there ... - William S. Burroughs, from The Yagé Letters, 1953.

junk sick
Of or pertaining to withdrawal symptoms when referring to the use of narcotics, often having flu-like symptoms

... a few old relics from hop smoking times, spectral janitors, grey as ashes, phantom porters sweeping out dusty halls with a slow old man's hand, coughing and spitting in the junk-sick dawn ... - William S. Burroughs, from Naked Lunch, 1959.

junk-sick
variation of junk sick
junk in the trunk
(Argo) A large bottom, especially when the person attached otherwise attractive: "She is pretty cute, but she's got a lot of junk in the trunk after eating dorm food all year."
junk mail
Unwanted e-mail messages, such as unsolicited advertisements
junk mail
third-class mail consisting of advertising and often addressed to `resident' or `occupant'
junk mail
Another term for direct mail
junk mail
Unwanted mail often binned unread by uninterested recipients p 545
junk mail
Junk email or spam is unsolicited email sent to your mailbox
junk mail
email that is mass-mailed to email addresses, often selling something or providing links to commercial websites; similar to regular junk mail
junk DNA
DNA that does not code for proteins or their regulation but constitutes approximately 95 percent of the human genome. It is postulated to be involved in the evolution of new genes and possibly in gene repair
junk art
Three-dimensional art made from junked materials, such as metal, glass, or wood
junk bond
Bond with a credit rating of BB or lower by rating agencies Although commonly used, the term has a pejorative connotation, and issuers and holders prefer the securities be called high-yield bonds Junk bonds are issued by companies without long track records of sales and earnings, or by those with questionable credit strength
junk bond
Junk bonds are bonds that are considered high yield but also have a high credit risk They are generally low rated bonds and are usually bought on speculation, with the investor hoping for the yield, rather than the default An investor with high risk tolerance may choose to invest in junk bonds
junk bond
~ A debt obligation with a rating of Ba or BB or lower, generally paying interest above the return on more highly rated bonds; sometimes known as high-yield bonds
junk bond
A bond issued by a corporation with a below-investment rating, but a high yield
junk bond
A debt obligation with a rating of Ba or BB or lower, generally paying interest above the return on more highly rated bonds Junk bonds are also known as high yield bonds
junk bond
A high-yielding corporate bond that is issued by a distressed company These are securities rated BBB or lower Junk bonds have a high risk of default Also called high-yield bonds
junk bond
Bonds rated BB or below by Standard & Poor's Corporation and Ba or below by Moody's Investor Service Junk bonds tend to be more volatile and higher yielding than bonds with higher quality ratings
junk bond
A high-yield corporate bond issue with a below-investment rating that became a growing source of corporate funding in the 1980s
junk bond
a (speculative) bond with a credit rating of BB or lower; issued for leveraged buyouts and other takeovers by companies with questionable credit
junk bond
A bond with a speculative credit rating of BB (S&P) or Ba (Moody's) or lower is a junk or high yield bond Such bonds offer investors higher yields than bonds of financially sound companies Two agencies, Standard & Poors and Moody's investor Services, provide the rating systems for companies' credit
junk bond
A bond with a speculative credit rating of BB or lower is a junk bond Such bonds offer investors higher yields than bonds of financially sound companies Two agencies, Standard & Poor's and Moody's Investor Services, provide the rating systems for companies' credit
junk bond
high-yielding bond issued by less secure companies; also used to finance leveraged buy-outs
junk bond
In some cases, the term "junk bonds" is used to refer to all high-yield bonds--i e , those that are rated below investment grade or are not rated In other cases, the term refers to the lower tiers of high-yield bonds in credit quality Many of today's high-yield bonds, particularly those rated Ba by Moody's or BB by other rating agencies, are not considered "junk "
junk bond
Slang for a high-risk security that has received low ratings and thus produces high yields as long as it doesn't go into default
junk bond
A bond with a speculative credit rating of BB (S&P) or Ba (Moody's) or lower Junk or high-yield bonds offer investors higher yields than bonds of financially sound companies Two agencies, Standard & Poors and Moody's Investor Services, provide the rating systems for companies' credit
junk bond
A bond claimed to have high yield, a low investment quality and credit worthiness, usually with a rating of BB or less
junk bond
If a company issues junk bonds, it borrows money from investors, usually at a high rate of interest, in order to finance a particular deal, for example the setting up or the taking over of another company. A corporate bond having a high yield and high risk. a bond which has a high risk and is often sold to pay for a takeover. Bond paying a high yield but also presenting greater risk than comparable securities. Junk bonds can be identified through the lower grades assigned by rating services (e.g., BBB instead of AAA for the highest quality bonds). Because the possibility of default is great, junk bonds are usually considered too risky for investment by the large institutional investors (savings and loan associations, pension funds, insurance companies, and mutual funds) that provide U.S. corporations with much of their investment capital. Junk bonds are often issued by smaller, newer companies
junk bond
A debt obligation with a rating of Ba or BB or lower, generally paying interest above the return on more highly rated bonds; sometimes known as high-yield bonds
junk bond
~ A debt obligation with a rating of Ba or BB or lower, generally paying interest above the return on more highly rated bonds; sometimes known as high-yield bonds
junk bond
A bond with a low credit rating Also known as a high-yield bond because of the reward offered to those who are willing to take on the additional risks of a lower-quality bond
junk bond
A bond with a speculative credit rating of BB ( S&P ) or Ba (Moody's) or lower Junk or high-yield bonds offer investors higher yields than bonds of financially sound companies Two agencies, Standard & Poors and Moody's Investor Services, provide the rating systems for companies' credit
junk bond
A speculative bond rated below investment grade (BB or below for Standard & Poor's, and Ba or below for Moody's) Also called below investment-grade bonds, these bonds are generally issued by a corporation of questionable financial strength or without a proven track record Below investment-grade bonds tend to be more volatile and provide higher yields than do bonds with superior ratings
junk bond
Bonds with lower than investment grade ratings A bond with a speculative credit rating of BB or lower is a junk bond Such bonds offer investors higher yields than bonds of financially sound companies Two agencies, Standard & Poors and Moody's Investor Services, provide the rating systems for companies' credit
junk bond
A bond with a low investment quality rating Junk bonds are similar to equities in risk
junk bond
These are the lowest quality bonds Bonds with credit ratings below BBB from Standard & Poor's or Baa from Moody's Investor Services are considered "junk" because they have a greater chance of default than investment grade bonds Junk bonds are usually issued by smaller companies without long track records or by companies with questionable credit ratings To compensate for the additional risk, issuers offer higher yields than investment-grade bonds In recent years, however, junk-bond yields have declined as their popularity has increased and default rates have slowed Also called high-yield bonds See "Types of Bonds " BACK TO TOP
junk bonds
certificates of financial obligation from a company whose financial status is unstable
junk bottle
{i} heavy bottle made of thick dark-colored glass
junk dna
stretches of DNA that do not code for genes; "most of the genome consists of junk DNA
junk dna
stretches of DNA that do not code for genes; "most of the genome consists of junk DNA"
junk e-mail
unwanted e-mail (usually of a commercial nature sent out in bulk)
junk email
Sometimes incorrectly called spam, also referred to as UCE, UBE, UC/BE, bulkmail etc Primarily advertising material sent by email
junk email
junk mail spam or unwanted email; usually from an advertiser; but, can be more harmful with attachments files that are really viruses; replying to such mail in anyway confirms your email address; displayed in html email programs, some spam may have images (perhaps invisible) that report back to the sender the id of cookies sent earlier; this in turn allows the sender to match email address with the otherwise anonymous cookies; to combat this, users can 1) switch to non-html mode before viewing suspected spam, 2) delete suspected spam, 3) disable their modem before viewing suspected spam; new email programs might warn users of this spam trick
junk email
Email messages which are received, but not asked for or even wanted
junk food
food that tastes good but is high in calories having little nutritional value
junk food
If you refer to food as junk food, you mean that it is quick and easy to prepare but is not good for your health. A high-calorie food that is low in nutritional value. food that is not healthy, for example because it contains a lot of fat, sugar etc
junk food tax
{i} fat tax, tax on foods that are considered unhealthy and help obesity
junk mail
Another term for direct mail
junk mail
Unwanted e-mail messages, such as unsolicited advertisements
junk mail
email that is mass-mailed to email addresses, often selling something or providing links to commercial websites; similar to regular junk mail
junk mail
Unwanted mail often binned unread by uninterested recipients p 545
junk mail
third-class mail consisting of advertising and often addressed to `resident' or `occupant'
junk mail
Junk mail is advertisements and publicity materials that you receive through the post which you have not asked for and which you do not want. Third-class mail, such as advertisements, mailed indiscriminately in large quantities. letters, especially advertisements, that are sent by organizations to large numbers of people - used to show disapproval
junk mail
Junk email or spam is unsolicited email sent to your mailbox
junk mail
{i} unwanted mail, unsolicited mail (usually advertising)
junk shop
a shop that sells cheap secondhand goods
junk shop
a shop that buys and sells old furniture, clothes etc
junk shop
{i} shop where secondhand goods are sold; antique shop that sells inexpensive antiques
junk yard
place where junk is stored and sold
junk yard
a place where old or broken furniture, cars etc can be left, or bought and sold
junk-dealer
junk-man, person who buys and sells used items
hunk of junk
a person whom the speaker dislikes
hunk of junk
a clutter of undesirable objects, normally stacked
junky
Having the quality (or being like) junk, cheap or of low quality
junky
Alternative spelling of junkie
space junk
space debris
space junk
Space debris, also known as orbital debris, space junk, and space waste, is the collection of defunct objects in orbit around Earth. This includes everything from spent rocket stages, old satellites, fragments from disintegration, erosion, and collisions
junked
past of junk
junking
present participle of junk
junks
plural of , junk
junks
third-person singular of junk
junky
someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it resembles an addiction; "a golf addict"; "a car nut"; "a news junkie"
junky
junkies another spelling of junkie
junky
slang, pejorative, alternative spelling of junkie
junky
{i} (Informal) drug addict, one who uses drugs; one who is addicted to or craves something; fan
junky
a narcotics addict
salt junk
salted pork or beef (Nautical Slang)
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von junk im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

junk mail
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