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be out in left field

US informal to be ​completelywrong to be very ​unusual or very different from other ​people or things: She's ​kind of out in ​leftfield but she's ​fun.
(Definition of be out in left field from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “be out in left field”
in Chinese (Simplified) 完全错误, 与众不同,另类…
in Chinese (Traditional) 完全錯誤, 與衆不同,另類…
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