(juhn-KAH-luhn-KAH) (adj) Pidgin description of something that is old, broken down, used up.
English: Perhaps we should borrow your mother’s car since the road is steep and winding and your car tires are bald and the brakes are soft.
Pidgin: Pali road? In that junkalunka thing? No way!
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