English version

junk in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjunkjunk1 /dʒʌŋk/ ●●● S2 noun  1 [uncountable]USELESS old or unwanted objects that have no use or value This cupboard’s full of junk.Do not use junk when you are talking about things such as empty packets, cans, and bottles that are left in a public place. Use litter: Don’t drop litter in the street.2 [uncountable]DF junk food3 [countable]TTW a Chinese sailing boat
Examples from the Corpus
junkSo when the company makes money, its junk soars, in anticipation of the windfall.They have so much junk in their yard. It makes the neighborhood look awful.I must clean out this cupboard - it's absolutely full of junk.Her cupboards were full of junk which she had accumulated over the years.a pile of old junka market stall selling junk and old clothesa garage filled with junkDon't fill yourself up with junk, dinner's in an hour.