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strange
streɪndʒ
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not known before.
  2. Being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird.
  3. Relating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world.
Hyphenationstrange
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (副) adverb
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奇怪qíguàistrange; odd; to marvel; to be baffled
陌生mòshēngstrange; unfamiliar
生疏shēngshūunfamiliar; strange; out of practice; not accustomed
不可思议bùkě sīyìinconceivable (idiom); unimaginable; unfathomable
外行wàihánglayman; amateur
外地wàidìparts of the country other than where one is
可怪kěguàistrange; curious; surprising
咄咄怪事duōduō guàishìstrange; absurd; paradoxical; extraordinary
strange; odd; weird; wonderful; surprisingly; unusually; unexpected; unpredictable
奇绝qíjuéstrange; rare; bizarre
怪秘guàimìstrange; mystic
日怪rìguài(dialect) strange
诡异guǐyìstrange; weird
邪门xiéménstrange; unusual; evil ways; dishonest practices
怪怪guàiguàistrange; to blame
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