[kluhng-ker] /ˈklʌŋ kər/
something worthless or inferior.
Also, klunker. an old, worn-out vehicle or machine, especially a car.
(mainly US) a dilapidated old car or other machine
something that fails: the novel’s last line is a clunker
“anything inferior,” 1940s, agent noun from clunk (v.), probably in imitation of the sounds made by old machinery. Specific sense of “old car” was in use by 1951 (clunk in the sense “old worn-out machine” is from 1940s).
[kluhngk-hed] /ˈklʌŋkˌhɛd/ noun, Slang. 1. a stupid or foolish person. noun A stupid person: Some clunkhead sent me three live quail (1950s+)
adverb Ungracefully; stolidly: Her clunkily earnest lyrics are very big on concepts like the Necessity of Being Your Own Person (1970s+)
[kluhngk] /klʌŋk/ verb (used with or without object) 1. to hit hard, especially on the head. 2. (def 2). noun 3. a hard hit, especially on the head. 4. Informal. a stupid person; . 5. (def 1). 6. Informal. (def 2) /klʌŋk/ noun 1. a blow or the sound of a blow 2. a dull […]
[kluhng-kee] /ˈklʌŋ ki/ adjective, clunkier, clunkiest. Informal. 1. awkwardly heavy or clumsy: clunky metal jewelry; clunky shoes. /ˈklʌŋkɪ/ adjective clunkier, clunkiest 1. making a clunking noise 2. (informal) ponderously ungraceful or unsophisticated: clunky boots 3. awkward or unsophisticated: then you guffaw at clunky dialogue adj. “blocky, ungraceful,” by 1968 (when it was the name of […]
[kloo-nee; French kly-nee] /ˈklu ni; French klüˈni/ noun 1. a town in E France, N of Lyons: ruins of a Benedictine abbey. /ˈkluːnɪ; French klyni/ noun 1. a town in E central France: reformed Benedictine order founded here in 910; important religious and cultural centre in the Middle Ages. Pop: 4376 (1999)