weirdo

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 [ˈwɪərdəʊ]


Inflections of 'weirdo' (nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.): nplplural noun: Noun always used in plural form--for example, "jeans," "scissors.": weirdos
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weirdo

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. informal: a weirdo [at school, in college, at work]
  2. informal: a [group, collection, bunch] of weirdos
  3. informal: [dress, act, speak] like a weirdo
  4. informal: everyone thinks she's a weirdo
  5. informal: don't be such a weirdo!
  6. informal: get [lost, out of here], you weirdo!
  7. informal you see a lot of weirdos [on the street, in the subway]
  8. informal: [made fun of, laughed at] the weirdo
  9. informal: a weirdo was [stalking, being a menace, lurking]
  10. informal: that [guy, person, man, boy] is a weirdo!
  11. informal: too many weirdos [around, on the streets]
  12. informal: just some [teenage, stupid, dumb] weirdo
  13. UK, informal: he's a [right, bloody] weirdo
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