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  1. punk

    • IPA[pəNGk]

    美式

    • n.
      a loud, fast-moving, and aggressive form of rock music, popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s;an admirer or player of punk rock, typically characterized by colored spiked hair and clothing decorated with safety pins or zippers.
    • adj.
      relating to punk rock and its associated subculture;in poor or bad condition
    • v.
      trick or deceive;(chiefly in sports) defeat utterly
    • noun: punk, plural noun: punk rocks

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    • 相關詞

    名詞

    • 1. a loud, fast-moving, and aggressive form of rock music, popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s punk had turned pop music and its attendant culture on its head
    • an admirer or player of punk rock, typically characterized by colored spiked hair and clothing decorated with safety pins or zippers.
    • 2. North American informal a worthless person (often used as a general term of abuse) you think any of these punks they got fighting today could stand up to Joe Louis?
    • a criminal or hoodlum there's never been a better time to take our streets back from the punks
    • US derogatory (in prison slang) a passive gay man he determined to be made into no one's punk
    • an inexperienced young person; a novice you were a nobody, a punk kid starting out
    • 3. North American soft, crumbly wood that has been attacked by fungus, sometimes used as tinder.

    形容詞

    • 1. relating to punk rock and its associated subculture a punk band a punk haircut
    • 2. North American informal in poor or bad condition I felt too punk to eat

    動詞

    • 1. US informal trick or deceive the Associated Press got punked with a fake tweet his friends punked him and told him that she was having a party, which is why he showed up unannounced
    • US informal (chiefly in sports) defeat utterly the Tigers punked the Sooners 40–6
    • adj.
      denoting a style of rock music inspired by punk but less aggressive in performance and ...
    • n.
      post-punk music.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      denoting a style of rock music inspired by punk but less aggressive in performance and ...
    • n.
      post-punk music.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[pʌŋk]

    英式

    • n.
      a loud, fast-moving, and aggressive form of rock music, popular in the late 1970s: punk had turned pop music and its attendant culture on its head
    • adj.
      relating to punk rock and its associated subculture: a punk band a punk haircut
    • v.
      trick or deceive: the Associated Press got punked with a fake tweet his friends punked him and told him that she was having a party, which is why he showed up unannounced

    Oxford Dictionary