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funny ha-ha or funny peculiar?

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used when someone has ​described a ​person as "funny" and you ​want to ​know if they ​mean "​humorous" ("ha-ha"), or "​strange" ("​peculiar"): "She's a very funny woman." "Funny ha-ha or funny ​peculiar?"
(Definition of funny ha-ha or funny peculiar? from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “funny ha-ha or funny peculiar?”
in Chinese (Simplified) 是指有趣还是古怪?…
in Chinese (Traditional) 是指有趣還是古怪?…
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