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anorak

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
anorakan‧o‧rak /ˈænəræk/ noun [countable]  1 DCC especially British English a short coat with a hood that keeps out the wind and rain2 British English informal a boring person who is interested in the unimportant details of a particular subject and does not know how to behave properly in social situations syn nerd
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anorakIt's not as if grey anoraks are cheap.He wore a navy fisherman's jersey and gumboots, and a heavy anorak, shiny and running with wet.Shivering, she pulled up her anorak zip and turned to the left.He was hot in his anorak.We passed like wraiths gripping our anoraks against a colder night wind coming down from the deep indigo silhouetted mountains.Converse dressed, pulled on his plastic anorak and went down to the street.
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