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"strangely enough" in British English

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strangely enough

B2 used to ​remark that something is ​surprising but ​true: Strangely enough, when it came to the ​test I ​actuallyfeltprettyrelaxed.
(Definition of strangely enough from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"strangely enough" in American English

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strangely enough

(also funnily/oddly enough) infmleven though it ​soundsunusual or ​strange: You ​mentioned Chris Martin – well funnily enough I ​saw him ​yesterday after all these ​years!
(Definition of strangely enough from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “strangely enough”
in Chinese (Simplified) 奇怪的是,真奇怪…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奇怪的是,真奇怪…
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