Star Trekky

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Star Trek +‎ -y

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Star Trekky (comparative more Star Trekky, superlative most Star Trekky)

  1. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of the science fiction franchise Star Trek.
    • 1982, Robert Daniel Fierro, The New American Entrepreneur: How to Get Off the Fast Track into a Business of Your Own, Morrow (1982), ISBN 9780688008062, page 31:
      Tom's little black box enables you to speak to a computer in a voice that it recognizes and obeys. It's all very "Star Trekky" and terribly exciting to see in action.
    • 1995, Douglas Coupland, Microserfs, Harper Perennial (2008), ISBN 9780060391485, page 66:
      Karla began talking all Star Trekky again—the best thing about her. She said, "I don't believe human beings store memory in our brains exclusively—there simply aren't enough storage slots or interconnective possibilities. And so if not in the brain, then where? []
    • 2005, Linda Armstrong Kelly & Joni Rodgers, No Mountain High Enough: Raising Lance, Raising Me, Thorndike Press (2005), ISBN 9780786276646, page 264:
      "Mobile phones, computers — a whole lot of Star Trekky kind of technology" is how Jeanine, my new supervisor, explained it.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:Star Trekky.

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