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Translation of "strange" - English-Spanish dictionary

strange

adjective   /streɪndʒ/
A2 unusual or not expected extraño It’s strange that she hasn’t called. What a strange-looking dog!
B1 A strange person or place is one that you are not familiar with. nuevo, desconocido I’ve never been here before, so it’s all strange to me.
strangely adverb /ˈstreɪndʒ·li/
de forma extraña She’s been behaving very strangely recently.
(Definition of strange from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

strange

adjective /streindʒ/
not known, seen etc before; unfamiliar or foreign extraño What would you do if you found a strange man in your house? Whenever you’re in a strange country, you should take the opportunity of learning the language.
unusual, odd or queer extraño She had a strange look on her face a strange noise.
strangely adverb
extrañamente Terry was strangely quiet that evening.
strangeness noun
extrañeza
stranger noun
a person who is unknown to oneself extraño, desconocido I’ve met her once before, so she’s not a complete stranger (to me).
a visitor forastero I can’t tell you where the post office is – I’m a stranger here myself.
strange to say/tell/relate
surprisingly por extraño que parezca, aunque parezca mentira Strange to say, he did pass his exam after all.
strangely enough
it is strange (that) por extraño que parezca He lives next door, but strangely enough I rarely see him.
(Definition of strange from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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