English version

hunk

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhunkhunk /hʌŋk/ noun [countable]  1 THICK OBJECT OR MATERIALa thick piece of something, especially food, that has been taken from a bigger piecehunk of a hunk of breadsee thesaurus at piece2 informalSEXY a sexually attractive man with a big strong body
Examples from the Corpus
hunkHe turned round, offering me a hunk of bread and margarine with cheese on top - real luxury.Jack cut off a hunk of meat and handed it to Simon.For lunch I had cheese with a hunk of bread and a glass of red wine.Comets are hunks of dirt and ice with elongated orbits that take them from the outer solar system to near the sun.Lifting the heavy hunks of metal over the chain-link fence seemed improbable and buyers of black-market bronzes are scarce.Just pick up the nearest hunk of high-priced technology you have on hand and hurl it against the wall.The final project was a still life with all these objects in it as well as a small hunk of plastic ham.Her eyes lit up as she spotted Spartacus hunk Kirk-at 83 just a year her junior and pictured right.He reached the large block of offices, at least eighty firms doing business within this hunk of concrete and glass.
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