Bedeutung von “strange” — Learner’s Dictionary

strange

adjective us uk /streɪndʒ/
Extra Examples
This sauce tastes strange.She had a strange gleam in her eye.I had a very strange dream last night.How do you explain her strange behaviour?It felt strange to see him again after so long.
UNEXPECTED

A2 If something is strange, it is surprising because it is unusual or unexpected:

[ + (that) ] It's strange that she hasn't called.
It's midnight and he's still at work - that's strange.
What a strange-looking man.
NOT FAMILIAR

B1 A strange person or place is one that you are not familiar with:

I was stuck in a strange town with no money.
strangely adverb

B2

She's been behaving very strangely (= in an unusual way) recently.

(Definition von “strange” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)