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trainspotter

(ˈtreɪnspɒtə) or

train spotter

n
1. someone who is very interested in trains and spends time going to stations and recording the numbers of the trains that they see
2. informal someone who is odd or boring because they are interested in knowing everything about a particular subject, even very small, unimportant details
Translations
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trainspotter

[ˈtreɪnspɒtəʳ] N (Brit)
1. persona cuyo hobby es apuntar los números de serie de los trenes que pasan
2. (Brit) → pelmazo/a m/f, petardo/a m/f
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