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stranger things have happened

used to say that although a suggested event or idea seems very strange or surprising, it is possible 還有更離奇的事(用於說明雖然所說的事件或想法看來非常奇怪或令人吃驚,但也有可能會發生的) "You don't think Katie and Darryl are falling in love, do you?" "Well, stranger things have happened." 「你不是認為凱蒂和達瑞爾墜入愛河了吧?是吧?」「噢!更離奇的事也會有。」 Possible and probable
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