Translation of anorak in Spanish:


anorak, n.

Pronunciation /ˈanərak//ˈænəˌræk/



  • 1

    anorak masculine
    • As my sister distracted the guards, I pulled up the hood from my anorak and quickly disappeared into the large crowd.
    • He wore a dark blue anorak with the hood up, blue jeans and light coloured trainers.
    • At least in America, you can go outside without a massive anorak and an umbrella; Ireland's weather sucks.
    • I was fine, wrapped in my weatherproof anorak with the hood up, and found the walk from one end of the precinct to the other a bracing and refreshing experience.
    • When Paul, a single man, went missing, he was wearing a blue striped shirt, green anorak and a green baseball cap.
    • He is described as 5ft 6ins, with brown balding hair, grey stubble and was wearing grey trousers, an orange long sleeve shirt, a mustard coloured felt blazer and a black anorak.
    • And the other 5% of men are weirdos - the type who wear anoraks in night-clubs and socks in bed.
    • Particularly important are a windproof jacket, or anorak, with hood or hat and a stout pair of walking boots or shoes as they may have to cross some rough ground to see the best wildlife.
    • But no, they all came in an anorak or windcheater and a untidy motley lot they were.
    • Today Southampton detectives appealed for the public's help in catching the burglar, who was white, aged 15 or 16 with fair hair and wore a grey anorak or fleece jacket.
    • Her son was dressed in an anorak and she had only a denim jacket to keep out the cold.
    • A fine drizzle had developed, so I wore my waterproof anorak and pulled the hood up to keep from getting too wet.
    • A lot of the people I've seen hunting have actually gone in anoraks, and who most townies would describe as thick country bumpkins.
    • Gavin stood in front of us in a brown anorak with the zip all the way up, no doubt with a neat shirt and tie underneath.
    • She'd dressed for a casual hike: sensible shoes, long silk underwear, jeans - which she was proud to still fit into - a turtleneck, a wool sweater, and an anorak.
    • They appeared even less interested in ecology than I was, going through the motions in their wellingtons and anoraks, as if they were stood in a draughty lecture theatre rather than in one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
    • The same children who yesterday were in anoraks and mittens now play football in shorts, football jerseys tied around their waists.
    • Under his grey anorak he wears a dark blue overall.
    • She had a shopping basket on the front of the bicycle and seemed to be wearing a blue anorak with a hood.
    • Forget bijou hats, floating chiffon and strappy sandals - ear-muffs, padded anoraks and sensible shoes are the required dress here.
  • 2informal

    obsesivo masculine
    obsesiva feminine
    • We can't help feeling that once the anoraks get wind of this, trainspotting may become last year's ‘must do’ leisure-time activity.
    • In Britain they are often called trainspotters or anoraks, and their encyclopedic knowledge, singular focus, and endless talking about their hobby often make them bores to be around.
    • It wasn't just the usual geeks, anoraks and trainspotters that you would expect.
    • It was at times tedious stuff, even for tribunal anoraks.
    • Political anoraks who want to get ahead of the game should read Winning Back America, the former Vermont governor's recently published campaign autobiography.
    • At the risk of being labelled an anorak, I love trains.
    • Music anoraks may remember Jesse Malin from his days as frontman of hardcore punk band D Generation but ‘The Fine Art Of Self Destruction’ is a far cry from back then.
    • But throughout the book the author drives the story along at a cracking pace, always accurate - but not a book for anoraks.
    • My children think I'm a bit of an anorak, but I enjoy it.
    • But for the history anoraks this was lightning striking twice.
    • I'm a bit of a comedy anorak really.
    • Political anoraks are spoilt for choice this Christmas with three political guides on sale to take them through the hectic events of the past year.
    • That's because I'm a bit of an anorak when it comes to cars and most vehicles do leave an impression, whether good, bad or indifferent.
    • Suddenly I feel like one of those anoraks who criticise the Miss Marple films because they're set in 1951, and that model of bus wasn't introduced until 1953.
    • Before Olympic anoraks start writing letters, we know the 1906 Intercalated games don't count as an official Olympiad.
    • For the anoraks, there are also graphs on both companies' homepages which show how much electricity each part of the island is using per day.
    • The cult boardgame that was the entertainment of choice for anoraks and geeks in the days before the internet chat-room, Dungeons And Dragons has made it to the big screen.
    • He's a bit of an anorak, but he's got some nice ideas.
    • She shares her father's love of programmes that, face it, are never going to make any sense, even to those anoraks who later go through the episodes frame by frame.
    • Wine anoraks know that these wines are made from Chardonnay grapes, but most drinkers associate Chablis with a taste, not its component parts, and they buy it because they like it, and the idea of it.