Anorak

Anorak is slang for a socially inept person with little fashion sense.
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anorak

Someone obsessed with a niche interest, such as train stock variations.
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anorak

a waterproof hooded pullover jacket that helps retain body heat.
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anorak

A warm and windproof hooded, parka that extends to just below the buttocks. Used in raingear or winter wear.The unique feature of an anorak is a zipper that extends only half to three-quarters of the way down the front of the jacket. To put it on you must pull the anorak over your head like a T-shirt. Anoraks generally have a drawstring waist and c...
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Anorak

An anorak is a wind proof and water repellent hooded jacket, typically made from nylon or a similar man-made material, with elasticated cuffs for a close fit and a drawstring around the hem, and worn by children - both boys and girls, and also infamous for being the outdoor jacket of choice for those adults lacking fashion sense, from whence the pe...
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ANORAK

Hooded coat. Parka.
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Anorak

[slang] In British slang an anorak k is a person who has a very strong interest, perhaps obsessive, in niche subjects. This interest may be unacknowledged or not understood by the general public. The term is sometimes used synonymously with geek or nerd, or the Japanese term otaku, albeit referring to different niches. ==Etymology== In 1984...
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anorak

Someone who is obsessively interested in something to the point of being socially awkward; fangirl or fanboy
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