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eerie

adjective  us   /ˈɪr·i/
strange in a frightening and mysterious way: Dust lay thick on the furniture, and cobwebs formed eerie patterns in the shadowy corners.
Translations of “eerie”
in Vietnamese kỳ quái…
in Spanish misterioso, espeluznante…
in Thai น่าขนลุก, ลึกลับ, ประหลาด…
in Malaysian menyeramkan…
in French inquiétant…
in German unheimlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 怪異而令人恐懼的…
in Indonesian mengerikan…
in Russian жуткий…
in Turkish ürkütücü, ürkünç, ürperten…
in Chinese (Simplified) 怪异而令人恐惧的…
in Polish dziwny, niesamowity…
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