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Translation of "curious" - English-Spanish dictionary

curious

adjective   /ˈkjʊə·ri·əs/
B1 wanting to know or learn about something curioso I was curious about his life in India.
strange raro, curioso a curious smell
(Definition of curious from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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.
(Definition of curious from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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