Meaning of SPOCK in English

I. Spock, Dr Ben ‧ ja ‧ min /spɒk $ spɑːk, ˈbendʒəmən/ BrE AmE

(1903–1998) a US doctor who wrote books giving advice on how parents should take care of their children, including The Common Sense Book of Baby and Childcare (1946), which suggested that parents should allow their children more freedom than was fashionable at the time, and which had a great influence on parents in the US and UK.

II. Spock, Mr BrE AmE

a character from the US television programme Star Trek . Mr Spock is a man from an imaginary ↑ planet called Vulcan, who has pointed ears and is always completely ↑ logical , so that his ideas and decisions are based only on facts, not on emotions. He is also known for saying to his commander, Captain James Kirk, ‘It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it’. People sometimes use this phrase humorously to describe something strange and unfamiliar.

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