Trekkie

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Trekkie

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

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

n (inf)Trekkie m, Fan der Fernsehserie „Raumschiff Enterprise“
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The HDU is all very Star Trekky with screens beeping above beds and a great view over to Fife, so we could watch Mossmorran flare off.
Trekky and get Due to copyright laws in America, it for the lunchtime.
Yes I did - I'm not a Trekky though I was just watching TV and I liked the sound of the word it's snappy, onomatopoeic.
One can infer a bittersweet nostalgia for a lonely, trekky youth.
Although such ideas are a bit "Star Trekky," as Beard puts it, he believes it is inevitable that powder-fed machines like the one at X-AT will one day be used in mainstream manufacturing.
MY fiance is a huge Trekky and wants a Star Trek-themed wedding.
Trekky George Takei fearlessly went where no man has gone before as he lotioned Joe's bottom while ice queen Martina "no balls, please" Navratilova was left in tears when whingeing WAG Nicola McLean was voted off.
He says the bitter rivalry continued until they later discovered a mutual love of Trekky conventions - "and became best friends".
Not too sure about the matching white boots though -a touch too Stark Trekky.However, Ioan The Druid has a ring to it that could raise a Viva girl's heartbeat...
One expression that is used a lot here and in the USA is 'Star Trekky'.
Call me an unofficial "Trekky," but I have always had a fascination with Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek.
"We got on really well and, arriving back from New York, I switched on my phone and there was an email that said 'Do you want to play Scotty?', which was the most shocking email I'd ever received," says the Trekky.