There are 3 translations of freak in Spanish:

freak1

Pronunciation: /friːk/

n

  • 1 1.1 (abnormal specimen) fenómeno (masculine), ejemplar (masculine) anormal; (monster) monstruo (masculine) circus freak fenómeno (masculine) de circo or de feria
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    • He was foaled in Indiana, was a mere freak of nature, and withal a very curious looking animal.
    • Abi, being a freak of nature, still has sensation even after doses of epidural that would fell a rhinoceros.
    • A freak of nature, tests had shown he was immune to the TB virus - probably because not even a starving rat would bite him - and he went through adolescence with upper right arm intact.
    1.2 (unnatural event) fenómeno (masculine), hecho (masculine) insólito
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    • The Aral Sea and the tragic plight of its people is not a freak isolated event, but a crisis that's just slightly ahead of its time.
    • Droughts, heat waves, floods, storms and freak weather events have already killed countless thousands of people worldwide and affected thousands more.
    • Now these recent weather conditions are by no means a freak event, and if salmon farms cannot prevent their fish escaping into the wild then the licence to farm should be withdrawn.
    1.3 (peculiar person) [colloquial/familiar] bicho (masculine) raro [colloquial/familiar]
  • 2 (hippy) [slang, dated/argot, anticuado] hippie (masculine and feminine)
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    • Living and working in London you become accustomed to freaks, weirdos and nutters wandering about doing their own thing and occasionally dragging normal people into random conversations.
    • Instead, the documentary comes off as a portrait of a freak with some strange obsessions he's been able to make into a university career.
    • They say it takes all types to make up the world… but if you ask me, there are some strange freaks that we could do without.
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    • We weren't these cocaine freaks who partied all the time; that wasn't what our relationship was all about.
    • So, even if you weren't an LSD freak, you had to be careful about the sensitivity of the LSD freak next to you.
    • Now, maybe it's me, but the only people I know who would take that risk are meth freaks or SAS / Delta troopers.
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    • Webster's perennial dictionary defines fad as a hobby, freak, or a whim.
  • 3 (fanatic) [colloquial/familiar] jazz/tennis freak fanático, (masculine, feminine) del jazz/tenis [colloquial/familiar]
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    • It transpires that cross-country skiing is an earnest activity for fitness freaks, something joggers can do in the snow.
    • Set to address the needs and demands of the fitness freaks, the aesthetically designed and well equipped gym boasts of the best facilities in the City.
    • This is all very well if you are a dedicated fitness freak or yoga girl, but for the majority of us this look simply doesn't work.

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Word of the day casquillo
m
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Cultural fact of the day

Mossos d'Esquadra is the name of the police force of the Catalan autonomous region. It has a wide range of responsibilities but the Guardia Civil and Policía Nacional also operate in Catalonia.

There are 3 translations of freak in Spanish:

freak2

adj

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Word of the day casquillo
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Cultural fact of the day

Mossos d'Esquadra is the name of the police force of the Catalan autonomous region. It has a wide range of responsibilities but the Guardia Civil and Policía Nacional also operate in Catalonia.

There are 3 translations of freak in Spanish:

freak3

vi

  • [slang, dated/argot, anticuado] she will freak when I tell her le va a dar un ataque cuando se lo diga [colloquial/familiar]
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    • And I suspect perhaps there are many idiots out there who enjoy seeing innocent people like me get freaked out on a plane trip.
    • Initially, I agreed and everything was going great until she freaked out on me and started telling me that she was still in love with me.
    • I've freaked out on everyone in every band on every tour I've been in.

vt

  • [slang, dated/argot, anticuado] asustar

Phrasal verbs

freak out

[slang/argot]
verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio flipar [slang/argot], friquear(se) (Mexico/México) [slang/argot] she'll freak out when I tell her le va a dar un ataque cuando se lo diga 1.1verb + object + adverb/verbo + complemento + adverbio alucinar [colloquial/familiar], friquear (Mexico/México) [slang/argot]

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Word of the day casquillo
m
case …
Cultural fact of the day

Mossos d'Esquadra is the name of the police force of the Catalan autonomous region. It has a wide range of responsibilities but the Guardia Civil and Policía Nacional also operate in Catalonia.