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  • 21Freak — [friːk] der; s, s; 1 jemand, der nicht so lebt,wie es den Normen der Gesellschaft entspricht, der seltsame Ideen, einen seltsamen Geschmack hat o.Ä. 2 jemand, der sich übertrieben für etwas begeistert || K: Computerfreak, Motorradfreak,… …

    Langenscheidt Großwörterbuch Deutsch als Fremdsprache

  • 22Freak — Freak(englgespr.)m Sonderling,Außenseiter;Jugendlicher,dersichdemElternhausentzieht;Rauschgiftsüchtiger.AusdenUSAgegen1970übernommen …

    Wörterbuch der deutschen Umgangssprache

  • 23freak — /fri:k/ s. ingl. [in origine ghiribizzo , poi anche con altri sign., tra cui essere abnorme ], usato in ital. al masch. e, più raram., al femm. (soc.) [negli anni Settanta chi, spec. tra i giovani, rifiutava le norme e i modi comuni di… …

    Enciclopedia Italiana

  • 24freak — /ingl. friːk/ [vc. ingl., all orig. «capriccio, ghiribizzo», poi divenuto verbo nel sign. di «subire un esperienza emotiva intensa, eccitarsi (soprattutto con riferimento ai tossicomani)»] s. m. e f. inv. fricchettone …

    Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • 25freak — (izg. frȉk) m DEFINICIJA osoba koja živi drugačije od drugih ljudi, koja se razlikuje po idejama ili izgledu ili ima poseban interes za što, socijalno neprilagođena osoba; čudak, osobenjak ETIMOLOGIJA engl …

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  • 26freak — n Caprice, fancy, whim, whimsy, conceit, vagary, crotchet Analogous words: notion, *idea: *fancy, fantasy, dream, daydream …

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  • 27freak — sb., en, s, ene …

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  • 28Freak — [fri:k ], der; s, s <amerikanisch> (jemand, der sich nicht in das bürgerliche Leben einfügt; jemand, der sich für etwas begeistert) …

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  • 29Freak — In contemporary usage, the word freak is usually used to refer to a person with something unusual about their appearance or behaviour. This usage dates from the so called freak scene of the 1960s and 1970s. Freak in this sense may be used either… …

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  • 30Freak — Begeisterter; Fan * * * Freak [fri:k], der; s, s: 1. Person, die sich in besonders starker Weise für etwas, jmdn. begeistert, der sich für eine bestimmte Sache (z. B. Motorrad, Musik, Umweltschutz) engagiert zeigt: er verbrachte ganze Tage vor… …

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  • 31freak — freak1 [fri:k] n [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Perhaps from Old English frician to dance ] 1.) informal someone who is extremely interested in a particular subject so that other people think they are strange or unusual ▪ a fitness freak ▪ a religious …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 32Freak — Ein Freak [fɹi:k] (aus dem Englischen freak: „Krüppel, Verrückter, Unnormaler, Begeisterter“) ist umgangssprachlich eine Person, die eine bestimmte Sache, zum Beispiel ihr Hobby,exzessiv bzw. über ein „normales“ Maß hinaus betreibt, diese Sache… …

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  • 33freak — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 (informal) person with a very strong interest in sth ADJECTIVE ▪ computer, fitness, health, speed ▪ For the real speed freak, there is a fuel injection version of the car. ▪ …

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  • 34freak — freak1 [ frik ] noun count 1. ) something with very unusual features that make it very different from other things of its type a ) someone who looks strange or behaves in a strange way: If you don t like sports they regard you as a freak. 2. )… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 35freak — I UK [friːk] / US [frɪk] noun [countable] Word forms freak : singular freak plural freaks 1) something with very unusual features that make it very different from other things of its type 2) someone who looks strange or who behaves in a strange… …

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  • 36freak — [[t]fri͟ːk[/t]] freaks, freaking, freaked 1) ADJ: ADJ n A freak event or action is one that is a very unusual or extreme example of its type. Weir broke his leg in a freak accident playing golf... The ferry was hit by a freak wave off the North… …

    English dictionary

  • 37freak — 01. The fishing boat sank in a [freak] storm off the coast of Newfoundland. 02. My neighbors are health [freaks] who never eat any kind of meat. 03. Transvestites are often regarded as [freaks], and are usually assumed to be homosexuals. 04. Dave …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 38freak — 1 noun (C) 1 bike/fitness/film etc freak informal someone who is so interested in bikes, fitness etc that other people think they are strange or unusual: Carrot juice is a favourite with health food freaks. 2 someone who looks very strange or… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 39freak — I. vb to lose control of oneself, become hyster ical. A shortening of freak out, this term came, in hippy usage of the late 1960s and early 1970s, to have a negative con notation of alarm or over reaction. I told her I was leaving home and she… …

    Contemporary slang

  • 40Freak Me — Single infobox | Name = Freak Me Artist = Silk from Album = Lose Control Released = 1993 Format = CD single, Cassette single, 7 vinyl Recorded = 1992 Genre = R B Length = Label = Keia/Elektra Writer = Keith Sweat Roy Murray Producer = Keith Sweat …

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