Definición de dreck en inglés:

dreck

Saltos de línea: dreck
Pronunciación: /drɛk
 
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(also drek)

sustantivo

[mass noun] informal
  • Rubbish; trash: this so-called art is pure dreck
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The overrated artists and the troops of pack-mentality fans were knee-deep in garbage, dreck, debris, and junk.
    • Since my son was born, I too have gotten religion and realized that my time is too important to waste watching dreck.
    • Comic book movies are pretty hit-and-miss affairs, so most of the time you go in with no idea at all of whether it will be terrific or pure dreck.

Derivativos

dreckish

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Why are all the dreckish adaptations so easy to find and the quality ones so difficult?
  • But, it's got a nice entertainment value, in a sick, dreckish, reality TV kind of way.

drecky

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She hasn't made anything terribly drecky yet, but she's young.
  • I even change into extra drecky clothes when ever I go, so as to be totally unappealing.
  • Well, at least the drecky first draft of the book was finished.

Origen

early 20th century: from Yiddish drek 'filth, dregs', from a Germanic base shared by Old English threax; probably related to Greek skatos 'dung'.

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