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ADJ 反常的;怪异的;极端的 A freak event or action is one that is a very unusual or extreme example of its type.
Weir broke his leg in a freak accident playing golf...
The ferry was hit by a freak wave off the North Wales coast.
N-COUNT (对某事物或活动痴迷的)…狂 If you describe someone as a particular kind of freak, you are emphasizing that they are very enthusiastic about a thing or activity, and often seem to think about nothing else.
Oat bran became the darling of health freaks last year.
N-COUNT 怪人;怪胎 People are sometimes referred to as freaks when their behaviour or attitude is very different from that of the majority of people.
However, outside of these institutions the black thinking woman is looked upon as a freak...
Not so long ago, transsexuals were regarded as freaks.
N-COUNT 畸形(人)(可能具冒犯意味) If you refer to someone as a freak, you mean that they are physically abnormal in some way. This use could cause offence.
V-ERG (使)吃惊;(使)不安;(使)恼怒;(使)困惑 If someone freaks, or if something freaks them, they suddenly feel extremely surprised, upset, angry, or confused.
I saw five cop cars pull into the driveway. And I literally freaked...
我看到 5 辆警车开进了我家的车道。我简直吓坏了。
I think they got freaked by women laughing at them.
PHRASAL VERB-ERG (使)吃惊;(使)不安;(使)恼怒;(使)困惑 If someone freaks out, or if something freaks them out, they suddenly feel extremely surprised, upset, angry, or confused.
I remember the first time I went onstage. I freaked out completely...
I think our music freaks people out sometimes...