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Hasil cari dari kata atau frase: Freak(0.01161 detik)
Found 4 items, similar to Freak.
English → Indonesian (Kamus Landak)
English → Indonesian (quick)
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English → English (WordNet)
n 1: a person or animal that is markedly unusual or deformed
[syn: monster, monstrosity, lusus naturae]
2: someone who is so ardently devoted to something that it
resembles an addiction; “a golf addict”; “a car nut”; “a
news junkie” [syn: addict, nut, junkie, junky]
v : lose one's nerve; “When he saw the accident, he freaked out”
[syn: freak out, gross out]
English → English (gcide)
Freak \Freak\, v. t.
1. to cause (a person) react with great distress or extreme
emotion; -- often used in the phrase
Freak \Freak\, v. i.
1. to react with irrationality or extreme emotion; to lose
one's composure; -- often used in the phrase
2. to become irrational or to experience hallucinations under
the influence of drugs; -- often used in the phrase
Freak \Freak\ (fr[=e]k), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Freaked
(fr[=e]kt); p. pr. & vb. n. Freaking.] [Akin to OE. frakin,
freken, freckle, Icel. freknur, pl., Sw. fr["a]kne, Dan.
fregne, Gr. perkno`s dark-colored, Skr. p[.r][,c]ni
variegated. Cf. Freckle, Freck.]
To variegate; to checker; to streak. [R.]
Freaked with many a mingled hue. --Thomson.
Freak \Freak\, n. [Prob. from OE. frek bold, AS. frec bold,
greedly; akin to OHG. freh greedly, G. frech insolent, Icel.
frekr greedy, Goth. fa['i]hufriks avaricious.]
1. A sudden causeless change or turn of the mind; a whim of
fancy; a capricious prank; a vagary or caprice.
She is restless and peevish, and sometimes in a
freak will instantly change her habitation.
2. a rare and unpredictable event; as, the July snowstorm was
a freak of nature.
3. an habitual drug user, especially one who uses psychedelic
4. an animal or person with a visible congenital abnormality;
-- applied especially to those who appear in a circus
Syn: Whim; caprice; folly; sport. See Whim.