dejunk

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00:55 Mar 16, 2020
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English term or phrase: dejunk
Definition from Oxford:
v. transitive. To remove junk from (a place); to clear (a room or other space) by disposing of clutter and unwanted possessions. Also in extended use.”

Example sentence(s):
  • Dejunk your life The Guardian
  • Clearing the clutter: how to dejunk your home timeforyou.cleaning
  • As I was looking in my kitchen cupboards with entertaining in mind, I realized there were so many serving pieces I just don’t use anymore and I promised myself that after the party, I was going to dejunk my kitchen of them. cluborganized
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3 +1debordelizace
Jaroslav Suchánek


  

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debordelizace


Definition from www:
záleží na kontextu

Example sentence(s):
  • základním krokem ve snaze debordelizovat domácnost je ulevit jí od zbytečných krámů. - www  
Jaroslav Suchánek
Czech Republic
Local time: 04:30
Native speaker of: Native in CzechCzech

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