Definición de dork en inglés:

dork

Saltos de línea: dork
Pronunciación: /dɔːk
 
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sustantivo

1 informal A contemptible, socially inept person.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They were a group made up mostly of men who were all nerds and geeks and dorks in high school who went on to become brilliant and funny and irresistible in college.
  • Most of the editors will readily admit to being any of the following: dorks, nerds, or geeks.
  • From dorks to geeks, and everything between, beer has something for everyone.
2North American vulgar slang A man’s penis.

Origen

1960s (originally US): perhaps a variant of dirk, influenced by dick1.

Derivativos

dorkiness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I was torn between wanting to thump my workmate for being so rubbish and laughing at the sheer dorkiness of it all.
  • Also, the dorkiness and vulnerability of the characters are portrayed with subtlety and affection.
  • Yes, we've all had our dorky, private moments, but this poor kid is living the nightmare of having his private dorkiness projected across the world to giggling Web users.

dorky

adjetivo (dorkier, dorkiest)
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I was kind of dorky and tongue-tied, and he was the very essence of charm itself, talking about how television had changed since his days back at the very start of it all.
  • You may feel safe in your silent bubble and, sure, being a timid chica can sometimes save you from some pretty dorky maneuvers.
  • Or do you mumble it like people do when they're into dorky stuff?

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