[yoo ng-kuh rs] /ˈyʊŋ kərs/
[hoo-gaw] /ˈhu gɔ/ (Show IPA), 1859–1935, German aircraft designer and builder.
[juhng-ker] /ˈdʒʌŋ kər/
a car that is old, worn out, or in bad enough repair to be scrapped.
[yoo ng-ker] /ˈyʊŋ kər/
a member of a class of aristocratic landholders, especially in East Prussia, strongly devoted to militarism and authoritarianism, from among whom the German military forces recruited a large number of its officers.
a young German, especially Prussian, nobleman.
a German official or military officer who is narrow-minded, haughty, and overbearing.
Hugo. 1859–1935, German aircraft designer. His military aircraft were used in both World Wars
(history) any of the aristocratic landowners of Prussia who were devoted to maintaining their identity and extensive social and political privileges
an arrogant, narrow-minded, and tyrannical German army officer or official
(formerly) a young German nobleman
“young German noble,” 1550s, from German Junker, from Old High German juncherro, literally “young lord,” from junc “young” (see young) + herro “lord” (see Herr). Pejorative sense of “reactionary younger member of the Prussian aristocracy” (1865) dates from Bismarck’s domestic policy.
[juhng-kit] /ˈdʒʌŋ kɪt/ noun 1. a sweet, custardlike food of flavored milk curdled with rennet. 2. a pleasure excursion, as a picnic or outing. 3. a trip, as by an official or legislative committee, paid out of public funds and ostensibly to obtain information. verb (used without object) 4. to go on a junket. verb […]
[juhng-ki-teer] /ˌdʒʌŋ kɪˈtɪər/ noun 1. a person who goes on junkets, especially regularly or habitually: weekend junketeers to Las Vegas. verb (used without object) 2. to go on a junket, especially at government or another’s expense: congressmen who regularly junketeer to Europe and the Far East.
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noun, Informal. 1. . noun 1. a fragment of nucleic acid, such as a plasmid or a transposon, that can become incorporated into the DNA of a cell jumping gene (jŭm’pĭng) See transposon.