English version

funky

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Music
funkyfunk‧y /ˈfʌŋki/ adjective informal  1 MODERNmodern, fashionable, and interesting Add a touch of style with these functional yet funky wall lights.2 APMfunky music is simple with a strong rhythm that is easy to dance to3 American English having a bad smell or a dirty appearance
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funkyThis water looks a little funky.The bar, tucked in the back of the restaurant, is friendly and funky in a welcoming way.All these people were wearing funky leather outfits.The most rewarding part of the project was meeting some really funky people.The show opens with exactly that kind of funky thing.
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