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Translation of "queer" - English-Spanish dictionary

queer

adjective   /kwɪər/
often offensive (especially of a man) gay homosexual Note: Gay people sometimes use this word in a way that is not offensive.638
old-fashioned strange, unusual, or not expected raro What a queer thing to say! I’m feeling rather queer (= ill), may I sit down?17931116
(Definition of queer from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

queer

adjective /kwiə/
odd, strange or unusual extraño; excéntrico; raro queer behaviour/behavior queer noises in the middle of the night.
sick; unwell mal, pachucho I do feel a bit queer – perhaps I ate too many oysters.
(slang) homosexual maricón queer cinema.
queerly adverb
extrañamente; excéntricamente She’s been behaving queerly today.
queerness noun
rareza; excentricidad
(Definition of queer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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