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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of junks

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of junks:
/d͡ʒʌŋks/

Derived Form of junks

noun
root word: junk
plural: junks
verb
root word: junk
third person: junks
past: junked
past participle: junked
present participle: junking
Noun: junk
1
the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up
Synonymsdebris, dust, junk, rubble, detritus,
Hyponymsslack,
Hypernymsrubbish,
Type ofrubbishes, scraps, trashes,
Typesslacks,
2
any of various Chinese boats with a high poop and lugsails
Synonymsjunk,
Hypernymsboat,
Meronymslugsail,
Partslugs, lugsails,
Type ofboats,
Verb: junk
1
dispose of (something useless or old)
  1. trash these old chairs
  2. junk an old car
  3. scrap your old computer
Synonymstrash, junk, scrap,
Hypernymsdiscard,
Type ofcasts aside, casts away, casts out, chucks out, discards, disposes, flings, puts away, throws away, throws out, tosses, tosses away, tosses out,

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  1. Now the junks are 16 kilobytes or smaller in sizes. For each of this junks proper encapsulation
  2. He made the sculpture out of junks and plastics,
  3. other junks of rock, generating unreal amounts of heat.
  4. I mean, we live in an environment where we have-- RP: European junks lower than treasuries.
  5. Fighting every urge to slash at their junks, Grant learns the merits of parenthood
  6. about 80 Sam pans and that junks that we're trying to cross a river and the
  7. soon as possible after dark we'd then leave the junks and paddle in close to
  8. where we are in in the jocks which were 39-foot concrete junks is
  9. at a local scrapyard that junks New York City taxis.
  10. including fishing junks and foreign opium ships.
  11. loaded onto fishing and merchant junks,
  12. War junks opening up with cannons
  13. These tactics sent fleet after fleet of government junks to the bottom.
  14. 60 brand-new Chinese war junks.
  15. Worse, most of her junks had beached for repair.
  16. 60 war junks,
  17. The pirates only had seven junks
  18. Madame Cheng ordered the beached junks towed out and made ready for sail.
  19. Finally, she and Cheang Po, now married, would retain a squadron of junks for use in the salt trade.