Definition of 'anorak'
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She has also used old jeans and anoraks to make curtains for changing rooms. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Photos showed them wearing red anoraks on the ascent but orange ones on the summit. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Political anoraks will find they click on to an escort agency website. The Sun (2006)In winter he also wears a shapeless anorak and fur hat. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He looked older and was wearing a dodgy anorak. The Sun (2008)He is wearing an anorak and carrying a rucksack and looks all set for a hike in the rain. Times, Sunday Times (2015)On top again, a down jacket or anorak. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She's wearing an anorak and red and white stripy cotton shorts with bare legs. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This is political biography that doesn't just appeal to political anoraks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Here's one more for the political anorak. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is a political anorak. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He's the comedian who spent years tickling our funny bones before donning a red anorak and surprisingly becoming a history expert in various documentary series. The Sun (2012)But for political anoraks like me, it couldn't be more thrilling. The Sun (2012)It has just been raining, and all three wear anoraks tied around their waists, like ramblers. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Wear with an anorak. Times, Sunday Times (2014)All but three were in collared shirts, fourteen were wearing glasses, six had beards and only one was wearing his anorak while competing. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'anorak'
British English: anorak /ˈænəˌræk/ NOUN
An anorak is a warm waterproof jacket, usually with a hood.
- American English: parka
- Arabic: مِعْطَف جِلْديّ ذو قَلَنْسُوَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: jaqueta à prova d’água com capuz
- Chinese: 带兜帽的夹克
- Croatian: vjetrovka
- Czech: větrovka
- Danish: anorak
- Dutch: anorak
- European Spanish: anorak
- Finnish: anorakki
- French: anorak
- German: Anorak
- Greek: άνορακ
- Italian: giacca a vento
- Japanese: アノラック
- Korean: 아노락
- Norwegian: vindjakke
- Polish: kurtka z kapturem
- European Portuguese: anoraque
- Romanian: hanorac
- Russian: анорак
- Spanish: anorak
- Swedish: anorak
- Thai: เสื้อกันหนาวมีหมวก
- Turkish: anorak
- Ukrainian: анорак
- Vietnamese: áo khoác chống thấm có mũ
Definition of anorak from the Collins English Dictionary
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