Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Dweeb"

The meaning of "Dweeb" in various phrases and sentences

Q: dweeb ne anlama geliyor?
A: @alylyly028 thanks!
Q: dweeb means foolish? Is that right? ne anlama geliyor?
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Q: What does ,,dweeb" mean?: ne anlama geliyor?
A: loser, geek, nerd
Q: dweeb ne anlama geliyor?
A: An insult meaning someone who studies too much and doesn't socialise. Mostly used in the USA
Q: dweeb ne anlama geliyor?
A: It can be someone who is not cool or good-looking, or someone who is really awkward. It's usually something a bully would say, but It can also be used between friends if they are good friends as a term of endearment. This is only among young people though.

Synonyms of "Dweeb" and their differences

Q: dweeb ve dork arasındaki fark nedir?
A: No real difference. They're both childish insults, often by schoolchildren and teenagers. They are used in the same sort of ways, with similar types of meaning. Ask any one person and they may say one is milder than the other, but ask another person and they may say the opposite one is milder. So this is one of those things where people have different personal preferences based on a few experiences from their own childhoods, (which is milder, which is sometimes a good thing because they're just jealous of you being smart, which one is always an insult, etc etc). A similar problem happens with words like "nerd" vs "geek", etc.

This is because the kids in someone's neighborhood or school grade class may have added nuances, but it's not standard across the country so people end up with opposite experiences for the same words. And on a general basic meaning level, they're roughly the same thing.

So the only thing you can do is to understand the basic general meaning for the word, and then use the context to add whatever nuances seem to fit for that situation. You can usually tell by context if it is meant as an insult, a strong insult, a mild insult, a silly insult, friendly teasing by a friend. Or unfriendly bullying. Or friction between someone who does well in school vs someone who gets poor grades and is jealous/insecure about that. Or if it is being used to mock someone for being awkward, mock someone for being short, mock someone for being studious, mock someone for being weak physically, etc etc. Context will add the nuances for you.

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