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Translation of "weird" - English-Spanish dictionary

weird

adjective /wiəd/
odd or very strange extraño, raro a weird story She wears weird clothes. weirdly adverb extrañamente She’s been behaving very weirdly recently. weirdness noun cualidad de extraño, rareza Gaudi was renowned for the weirdness of his architectural designs.
Translations of “weird”
in Arabic غَريب…
in Korean 별난, 이상한…
in Malaysian aneh, ganjil, pelik…
in French bizarre…
in Turkish çok acayip, garip, tuhaf…
in Italian strano, strambo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 怪異的, 不尋常的, 出乎意料的…
in Russian странный, непонятный…
in Polish dziwaczny, dziwny…
in Vietnamese kỳ lạ…
in Portuguese esquisito, estranho…
in Thai แปลกประหลาด…
in German seltsam…
in Catalan molt estrany…
in Japanese 奇妙な…
in Indonesian aneh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 怪异的, 不寻常的, 出乎意料的…
(Definition of weird from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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