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Meaning of “curious” - Learner’s Dictionary

curious

adjective     /ˈkjʊəriəs/
INTERESTED
B1 wanting to know or learn about something: I was curious about his life in India. I was curious to know what would happen next.CuriosityQuestioning people and asking questions in generalSuspecting and questioning
STRANGE
strange or unusual: The house was decorated in a curious style.Strange, suspicious and unnatural
curiously adverb
B1 She looked at him curiously.
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