Geek

A label for a person who does not seem to fit in socially because of high intelligence or achievement. Sometimes used interchangeably with nerd, but geek implies higher social status.

Geek

[disambiguation] A geek is a slang term for an odd person. Geek or GEEK may also refer to: ...
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Geek

Geek is slang for a freak, an insane or disgusting person.
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Geek

Geek is slang for a freak, an insane or disgusting person.
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Geek

A person who is proficient in one or more technical areas, especially in hands-on utilization of technology. At its most extreme geek implies a total lack of interest, ability, and even awareness of all aspects of life unrelated to technology.
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geek

A person that tends to have keen interest in certain pursuits (typically computers, science fiction, fantasy, etc.), almost to the point of distractio Some may lack certain social graces because of an inability or unwillingness to separate fantasy from reality. Nowadays, to style one's self a geek is a mark of pride. (See also nerd and Neil's ...
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Geek

The word geek is a slang term originally used to describe eccentric or non-mainstream people; in current use, the word typically connotes an expert or enthusiast or a person obsessed with a hobby or intellectual pursuit, with a general pejorative meaning of a `peculiar or otherwise dislikable person, esp[ecially] one who is perceived to be overly....
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Geek

(1) A person who is really into games; hardcore gamer. (2) A person who is really into comic books, coins, movies, Star Trek, the Civil War, the Dark Ages... whatever. Anything but real life, today, the here and now; hardcore enthusiast/hobbyist. (3) A programmer.
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geek

A person that tends to have keen interest in certain pursuits (typically computers, science fiction, fantasy, etc.), almost to the point of distractio Some may lack certain social graces because of an inability or unwillingness to separate fantasy from reality. Nowadays, to style one's self a geek is a mark of pride. (See also nerd)
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Geek

(1) A person who is really into games; hardcore gamer. (2) A person who is really into comic books, coins, movies, Star Trek, the Civil War, the Dark Ages... whatever. Anything but real life, today, the here and now; hardcore enthusiast/hobbyist. (3) A programmer.
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