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Princeton's WordNet

  1. schlock, shlock, drecknoun

    merchandise that is shoddy or inferior


  1. drecknoun

    trash, junk; worthless merchandise, crap.

    The reviewer was worried that, were a certain host hired for the game show, he would begin giving away dreck for prizes instead of the good stuff they did for years.

  2. Etymology: From דרעק compare German Dreck.


  1. dreck

    Yiddish words used in the English language include both words that have been assimilated into English – used by both Yiddish and English speakers – and many that have not. An English sentence that uses either may be described by some as Yinglish (or Hebronics), though a secondary sense of the term Yinglish describes the distinctive way certain Jews in English-speaking countries add many Yiddish words into their conversation, beyond general Yiddish words and phrases used by English speakers.In this meaning, Yinglish is not the same as Yeshivish, which is spoken by many Orthodox Jews, though the two share many parallels.


  1. dreck

    Dreck is a term, primarily used in Yiddish and German, referring to trash, rubbish, or worthless material. In a broader sense, it can also be used to describe something of poor quality or little value.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Dreck in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Dreck in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of Dreck in a Sentence

  1. David Garrow:

    When you have a wiretap on someone you pick up all sorts of dreck. But in terms of the political history that ironically the FBI has created for us, it's a wonderful resource.

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