1. (grunge subculture) 
a. el punk (M) 
Punk began as a rejection of the prevailing rock music of the 1970s.El punk comenzó como un rechazo de la música rock predominante de los setenta.
2. (hoodlum) (United States) 
Somebody needs to teach that punk a lesson.Alguien tiene que enseñarle a ese gamberro una lección.
There are some punks in our neighborhood that are always causing trouble.Hay unos vándalos en nuestro barrio que siempre están causando problemas.
3. (associated with punk rock) 
a. punki 
Do you think Sleater Kinney is the best punk rock band?¿Piensas que Sleater Kinney es la mejor banda punki?
b. punk 
He's got a very punk sense of style.Él tiene un estilo bastante punk.
1. (general) 
a. el punk mf, punki (M)la punk mf, punki (F) 
punk (rock)(música ) punk m
punk [pʌŋk]
1 (person) (also punk rocker) punki (m); punk (m); (music) (also punk rock) música (f) punk; punk (m)
2 (US) (hoodlum) rufián (m); matón (m); (LAm)
punk rock (n) música (f) punk; punk (m)
a punk rock band un grupo punk
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