Trekkie

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Trekkie

(ˈtrɛkɪ)
n
a fan of Star Trek, a science fiction television series
Translations

Trekkie

[ˈtrekɪ] Ntrekker mf, trekkie mf fan de la serie televisiva "Star Trek"

Trekkie

n (inf)Trekkie m, Fan der Fernsehserie „Raumschiff Enterprise“
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Ron Chang owner of the gallery, told CNA that he lent the venue to the Trekkies to hold the lecture and exhibition free of charge as he himself is a hardcore sci-fi fan.
The Orville Fox, 9pm TREKKIES, avert your eyes: this funny new comedy from Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane is one great big parody of the Star Trek franchise.
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Steve Wilkinson, 42, supplies British and European Trekkies with authentic costumes, from his small factory unit in Cwm, Ebbw Vale.
Despite production delays, it's a good treat for Trekkies to finally have a full trailer to sink their teeth into.
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net contributor Laura Sirikul, who attended the LA screening, tweeted "#StarTrekBeyond is what the Trekkies have been waiting for from the three movies.
Great news for Trekkies in the UAE - not only does 'Star Trek 3' have it's new name, but scenes will be filmed in Dubai
Ese mismo dia, a miles de kilometros de distancia, en su casa de Bel Air, Los Angeles, moria Leonard Nimoy, idolo de millones de trekkies, como se llaman los fans de Star Trek, ya que dio vida en la mitica serie al vulcaniano Mr.
Along the way, Waldman encounters flying pigs, Trekkies, decapitations, exploding Coke cans, rust boogers, and nerdy superheroes.
Star Trek Ships of the Line is a recommendation for Trekkies and pairs text by Michael Okuda with an updated edition of the Ships of the Line approach from 2014, which packs in over seventy-five more images appearing for the first time in book format: images that originated in a calendar series.