As nouns the difference between gees and geek
is that gees
is while geek
is (dated) a carnival performer specializing in bizarre and unappetizing behavior or geek
can be (australia|colloquial) a look.
As verbs the difference between gees and geek
is that gees
) while geek
is (colloquial) to get high on cocaine.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
Die meervoud van "gee" is nie "gees" nie, omdat "gee" n werkwoord is en as sulks nie n meervoud kan hê nie in Afrikaans.
Die meervoud van die selfstandige naamwoord, "gees", is "geeste".
The plural form of "gee" in afrikaans does not rexist, because "gee" is a verb and as such cannot have a plural form - not in Afrikaans.
The noun "gees" means "spirit" in Afrikaans and the plural form of "gees" is "geeste".
From the British dialectal term .
(dated) A carnival performer specializing in bizarre and unappetizing behavior.
(colloquial) A person who is intensely interested in a particular field or hobby and usually asocial. Often used with an attributive noun.
- I once saw a geek bite the head off a live chicken.
- I was a complete computer geek in high school, but I get out a lot more now.
(colloquial, by extension) An expert in a technical field, particularly one having to do with computers.
- Most famous actors are really theater geeks at heart.
- My laptop’s locked up again. I need a geek .
(colloquial) The subculture of geeks; an esoteric subject of interest that is marginal to the social mainstream; the philosophy, events, and physical artifacts of geeks.
* 2007' '''Kelly Boler, ''inmag.com'':''' ''"Basically," says [Harry J.] Knowles [founder, 'Ain't It Cool News' website], "it's my job to stay on top of the latest and coolest in '''geek that's out there, specifically as it relates to the world of film."
(colloquial) An unfashionable or socially undesirable person.
- Do you need a hardware geek''' or a software '''geek ?
- Why do you hang around with them? They’re just geeks .
* geek chic
* geek code
* geek out
(colloquial) To get high on cocaine.
Probably related to keek; compare (etyl) .
(Australia, colloquial) A look.
* 2005 , , The Essential Bird ,
- Then he says let?s have a geek at some of the elephant pictures instead.
- Have a geek at this.
* (sense) , gander