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schlock also: shlock
American English: /ʃlɑk/
British English: /ʃlɒk/

Translation of schlock in Spanish:

noun

  • (American English) [colloquial]
    porquerías (feminine plural) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Yet even with all this going for it, the film only proves that well-done schlock is still schlock.
    • The dull picture here befits the cheap production values of this schlock.
    • So you can't really go in there and say, ‘Here, I'm going to make some real schlock.’

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