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freak

US [frik]
UK [friːk]
  • n.奇想;斑点;反常行为;…爱好者
  • adj.不正常的;怪异的
  • v.使…上有斑点[条纹]
  • Web怪胎;怪人;怪物
Simple Present:freaks  Present Participle:freaking  Past Participle:freaked  
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n.
1.
(informal)
狂热爱好者a person with a very strong interest in a particular subject
a health/fitness/jazz, etc. freak
对健康、健身、爵士乐等着迷的人
2.
(行为、外表、想法)怪异的人;怪人a person who is considered to be unusual because of the way they behave, look or think
She was treated like a freak because she didn't want children.
她因为不要孩子而被当作怪人。
He's going out with a real freak.
他和一个真正的怪人在谈恋爱。
3.
(指人、动植物和东西)畸形a person, an animal, a plant or a thing that is not physically normal
4.
怪异的事;不寻常的事a very unusual and unexpected event
By some freak of fate they all escaped without injury.
由于命运之神的奇特安排,他们全都死里逃生,毫发未损。
adj.
1.
[obn]
不正常的;怪异的very unusual and unexpected
a freak accident/storm/occurrence
反常的事故╱暴风雨╱事变
freak weather conditions
反常的天气状况
v.
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[i][t]
(informal)
(使)强烈反应,震惊,畏惧if sbfreaks or if sthfreaks them, they react very strongly to sth that makes them suddenly feel shocked, surprised, frightened, etc.
My parents really freaked when they saw my hair.
我父母看见我的头发时大惊失色。
Snakes really freak me out.
我一看见蛇便浑身发麻。

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