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anorak
American English: /ˈænəˌræk/
British English: /ˈanərak/

Translation of anorak in Spanish:

noun

(British English)
  • 1 (Clothing)
    Example sentences
    • A fine drizzle had developed, so I wore my waterproof anorak and pulled the hood up to keep from getting too wet.
    • Particularly important are a windproof jacket, or anorak, with hood or hat and a stout pair of walking boots or shoes as they may have to cross some rough ground to see the best wildlife.
    • As my sister distracted the guards, I pulled up the hood from my anorak and quickly disappeared into the large crowd.
  • 2 (person) [colloquial]
    obsesivo, (-va) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • I'm a bit of a comedy anorak really.
    • My children think I'm a bit of an anorak, but I enjoy it.
    • He's a bit of an anorak, but he's got some nice ideas.

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