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strange

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English definition

    Adjective

  • 1. being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird;

    • "a strange exaltation that was indefinable"
    • "a strange fantastical mind"
    • "what a strange sense of humor she has"
  • 2. not known before;

    • "used many strange words"
    • "saw many strange faces in the crowd"
    • "don't let anyone unknown into the house"
  • 3. not at ease or comfortable;

    • "felt strange among so many important people"

Example sentences

  • I felt a strange sense of elation.

  • It was strange to see these Prague streets, usually so animated, now completely empty and deserted.

  • She landed up in a strange city without any money or friends.

  • This insect makes its strange noise by rubbing its back legs together.

  • It's strange that the bus has been delayed so long.

  • I was stranded in the strange town without money or friends.

  • He felt strange amid so many people.

  • Seeing him again after so many years was a strange sensation.

  • Driving on the left is strange at first but you get used to it.

  • This sounds strange in your mouth.

  • What does this strange mark symbolise?

  • Captain Fawcett has just refused a strange request from a businessman.

  • They rallied him on his strange appearance.

  • Strange forms stand in gardens, and outside buildings and shops.

  • I felt lonesome in the strange land.

  • His behaviour was so strange that I began to doubt his sanity.

  • I find England strange and unique and beautiful. And for me, London is the magnification of all that.

  • There was something strange in her attitude which mystified me.

  • A strange spirit infused the place.

  • These are strange times in which we live, and strange arrangements appear to be the order of the day.

  • Without a sensible sex education all kinds of strange and fantastic ideas will take root.

  • In a strange way, his affair caused our relationship to strengthen.

  • Strange shadows moved silently in the almost permanent darkness.

  • The speed at which everything moved felt strange.

  • There is something rather strange about all this if one stops to consider it.

  • There was something out of joint in the situation. Something was strange.

  • This girl was a bit strange.

  • It is strange to think that he held strong views on many things, but it must have been so.

  • How strange that something so simple as a walk on the beach could suddenly mean so much.

  • When children end up taking care of their parents, it is a strange role reversal indeed.

Phrase collocation

  • feel strange

    (of a person or part of the body) feel unwell; have unpleasant sensations

    • her head still felt strange.

  • strange to say (或诗/文 tell)

    it is surprising or unusual that

    • strange to say, I didn't really like carol singers.

Synonym discrimination

  • queer, odd, funny, crazy, curious, peculiar, strange, eccentric, quaint, singular

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