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bizarre

adjective
 
 
/bɪˈzɑːr/
B2 very strange and surprising: bizarre behaviourStrange, suspicious and unnatural
bizarrely adverb
Translations of “bizarre”
in Arabic غَريب, مُفاجئ…
in Korean 기이한…
in Malaysian aneh…
in French bizarre…
in Turkish garip, tuhaf, acayip…
in Italian bizzarro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 怪誕的,罕見的, 異乎尋常的…
in Russian эксцентричный…
in Polish dziwaczny…
in Vietnamese kỳ quái…
in Spanish extraño, raro…
in Portuguese bizarro, esquisito…
in Thai แปลกประหลาดมาก…
in German bizarr…
in Catalan estrany…
in Japanese 奇妙な, 変な, 異様な…
in Indonesian aneh, ganjil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 怪诞的,罕见的, 异乎寻常的…
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