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Spanish translation of “curious”

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curious

adjective /ˈkjuəriəs/
strange; odd
curioso; extraño, raro
a curious habit.
anxious or interested (to learn)
ansioso, curioso
I’m curious (to find out) whether he passed his exams.
curiously adverb
curiosamente
The baby was looking at her curiously.
curiosity /-ˈo-/ noun ( plural curiosities) eagerness to learn
curiosidad
She was very unpopular because of her curiosity about other people’s affairs.
something strange and rare
curiosidad
That old chair is quite a curiosity.
Translations of “curious”
in Korean 호기심 많은…
in Arabic فُضولي…
in French curieux, curieux (de)…
in Italian curioso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 感興趣的, 好奇的, 好打聽的…
in Russian любопытный, странный, курьезный…
in Turkish meraklı, garip, tuhaf…
in Polish ciekawy, dziwny…
in Portuguese curioso…
in German seltsam, neugierig…
in Catalan curiós…
in Japanese 知りたがる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 感兴趣的, 好奇的, 好打听的…
(Definition of curious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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