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Translation of "freak" - English-Spanish dictionary

freak

noun   /friːk/
informal someone who is very interested in something obseso, -a My brother is a computer freak.
someone who looks strange or behaves in a strange way friki They made me feel like a freak.
adjective   /friːk/
A freak accident, storm, etc. is one that is very unusual. insólito
(Definition of freak from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

freak

noun /friːk/
an unusual or abnormal event, person or thing fenómeno A storm as bad as that one is a freak of nature (also adjective) a freak result.
a person who is wildly enthusiastic about something fanático a film freak.
freak out phrasal verb
to be very excited, especially because of having taken drugs flipar, alucinar She freaked out when she saw a huge spider in the bath.
(Definition of freak from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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