from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A decrepit machine, especially an old car; a rattletrap.
- n. Informal A failure; a flop.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A decrepit motor car.
- n. Anything which is in poor condition or of poor quality.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Every cashed in clunker is worth a couple votes, pretty cheaply bought at $4500!
NBC hasn't put much at risk, having purchased this clunker from a Canadian/French film partnership.
This program was a clunker from the get go ....... the government can't even get this right and they want us to trust them with our healthcare?
This program was a clunker from the get go … …. the government can't even get this right and they want us to trust them with our healthcare?
Hit the link for other tips on knowing when your clunker is past its prime.
Unhappily for Mr Miliband, though that summary is accurate enough, it also wholly fails to convey how this 6000 word clunker of a speech came across in reality.
The closest we get to a clunker is a Beach Boys track.
What if the next time they didn't give you a choice, but mandated you HAD to trade that so called clunker in.
Standing in the sun in a hard hat, sunglasses and polo shirt, Dan Ulrich watched the automobile crusher slowly descend on top of a teal 1995 Dodge metal frame bending effortlessly ... cars are being disposed of as part of the so-called clunker program.
The auto that was shown in the video is not what I would call a clunker and someone could certainly get a better price for it than $ 4,500.