noun \ˈdrek\

: something that is of very bad quality : trash or rubbish

Full Definition of DRECK

:  trash, rubbish

Variants of DRECK

dreck also drek \ˈdrek\

Examples of DRECK

  1. The movie was pure dreck.
  2. <he poured the dreck she called soup down the drain>

Origin of DRECK

Yiddish drek & German Dreck, from Middle High German drec; akin to Old English threax rubbish
First Known Use: 1922


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