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Someone who applies scientific knowledge to any problem. Has a common tendency to over-complicate simple solutions, see Rube Goldberg.
Enginerd: So, if we apply the Brownian theory of molecular movement, we can determine exactly how hot your syrup is, and how hot is *NEEDS* to be can be found by applying...
Mundane: Seriously, why'd you have to get all enginerd about it? Just use a thermometer.
by Dasai November 14, 2005
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Referring to the heavy unfashionable winter jacket and patterned mittens Sanders wore to the inauguration of Joe Biden.
Its brutally cold outside this morning so be sure you're Bundled Like Bernie!
by Talk2me-JCH January 24, 2021
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A person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems, and is felt to be socially inept. This person can also portray symptoms of a large ego, knowledge of too many keyboard shortcuts, and overall addiction to his/her computer. Most are in denial of their 'enginerdiness'.
by gina rindero July 25, 2003
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FIRST Robotics Competition Team 2337 of Grand Blanc High School

Creators of the Ahhh Boom in 2008 and the most widely used suspension device in Breakaway
Dean: Did you see the suspension at IRI last month?
Dave: yeah man, that was the fourth this year for the EngiNERDs
by Basel A August 18, 2010
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All engineers, especially ones that hang out and look at computer dating services all day. A person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems.
Why are you such an enginerd?
by K November 30, 2003
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One who understands not only the mathematical use of Greek letters as variables and numbers, but has also learned of the basis and origin of these Greek letters: that the ancient Greeks left a snake in a room and came back at certain time intervals to check what shape the snake was in, and thus based their letters on that shape.
Take a look at the Greek letter "eta", and realize how much that looks like a snake in some random position. Then look at lowercase "delta". Then move on from there
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