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Anorak (German)

Part of speech: noun, (male)

Hyphenation:
Ano | rak, Plural: Ano | raks
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈAnoʀak]
Word meaning / definition:
1) wind-resistant pull-on jacket with only one opening for the head
Origin of the term:
The word was borrowed in the first half of the 20th century and comes from the language of the West Greenland Inuit, the Kalaallisut. annoraaq means in this language "something against the wind".
Synonyms:
1) windbreaker
General terms:
1) jacket, garment, clothes
Subordinate terms:
1) parka
Application examples:
1) When the weather is bad Anoraks very pleasant.
1) “There is also a certain Celtic element floating around between them Anoraks and fur hats - long noses - more often on the faces of women. "
Cases:
Nominative: singular Jacket; Plural Anoraks
Genitive: singular Anoraks; Plural Anoraks
Dative: singular Jacket; Plural Anoraks
Accusative: singular Jacket; Plural Anoraks

Translations

  • English: 1) anorak
  • French: 1) anorak (male)
  • Yiddish (Eastern): 1) juppe
  • Polish: 1) skafander (male), anorak (male)
  • Swedish: 1) anorak
  • Spanish: 1) anorak (male)
  • Czech: 1) bunda (Female)

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

© Jacket Productions Jacket is Germany's most creative advertising film production.
HORIZONT.NET, September 20, 2018

T-shirt instead Jacket - that could be the right clothing on Tuesday in North Rhine-Westphalia. Then the temperatures often rise in the country to an unusually mild 18 degrees with lots of sunshine.
Aachener Zeitung, November 2nd, 2018

T-shirt instead Jacket - that could be the right clothing on Tuesday in North Rhine-Westphalia.
t-online, November 02, 2018

Frank Behrens * has his in the morning Jacket put on his baseball cap and got into the car because the tram to the job center in Halle would have cost him six euros, which he didn't have. At least not for that.
stern.de, February 24, 2019

But he, too, has forgotten a little thing that should not be neglected in his wedding outfit: under his Jacket he doesn't wear a shirt as usual.
Gala.de, October 9, 2018

In winter a thick one protects Jacket from the cold. In an accident, however, it can cause extremely serious injuries.
Today.at, November 29, 2019

The Carinthian mountains shine like freshly sugared on Wednesday, but sledges, skis and Jacket do not have to be unpacked yet: the snow is over again today, Thursday.
Krone.at, October 31, 2019

Bad Honnef (dpa / tmn) - Poor frost protection for plants is like a warm one Jacket for humans: it is needed when it is bitterly cold.
t-online, November 07, 2019

She wore a red one Jacket a hat and a brown shoulder bag.
Police press release, January 14, 2020

Excursion in a rubber dinghy instead of a city tour in a coach or Jacket instead of a tuxedo, that could be the motto of a sea voyage on an expedition ship that is sailing in the Arctic or Antarctic.
stern.de, January 28, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Hooded jacket: Jacket with a hood
  • Snow jacket

Another word (synonym) for anorak - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "anorak":

coat:… Garment, clothing 2) Cover Subordinate terms: 1) Evening gown, anorak, work gown, bathrobe, women's coat, men's coat, imperial coat, hooded coat…

jacket: ... tight man's skirt "; Borrowed from French in the 14th century. Related terms: 1) Anorak, blazer, blouson, bolero, caraco, tailcoat, jacket, jacket, jacket Opposite words: ...

clothing: Dresses, clothing Subordinate terms: 1) Anorak, suit, dress, skirt, pajamas, shoe, stocking, blouse, shirt, trousers Examples of use: 1) The item of clothing fits like a glove and keeps you warm

bloson: the windbreaker, the anorak, the parka, the blouson Translations German: 1) the windbreaker, the anorak, the parka, the blouson English: windbreaker

Jacket: See also: Anorak anorak (Polish) Part of speech: noun, (male) Hyphenation: a | no | rak, plural: a | no | ra | ki Pronunciation / emphasis: IPA: [aˈnɔrak], plural: ...


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