of or like a
a boring or unpopular person, esp one obsessed with something specified:
a computer nerd
a stupid and feeble person
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Surfing involves lots of waiting around and nerdy discussions of equipment.
It's about time that all of us super-fly nerdy people bring down the typical stereotypes of what it means to be an intellectual.
For years, photochromic lenses were too dark indoors, too light outdoors and nerdy everywhere.
Kids regard engineering as nerdy and boring, dependent on inscrutable math.
In the nerdy world of computer programming, they have taken on a life of their own, and in the process evolved a few sub-species.
Tips on tech toys, science projects and other nerdy things to do with your kids.
Unfortunately, the supposed smaller contribution from inventories misses a crucial if nerdy point.
His entry point was typical for the nerdy set of his generation: fantasy games.
He is gregarious, enthusiastic, and nerdy on an epic scale.
It's a comedy about two über-nerdy physics researchers who live together in an apartment.
It sounds simple but the change this makes to a conversation is incredible, if impossibly nerdy.