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curious

adjective uk   /ˈkjʊə.ri.əs/ us    /ˈkjʊr.i-/

curious adjective (INTERESTED)

B1 interested in learning about people or things around you: I was curious to know what would happen next. Babies are curious about everything around them. "Why did you ask?" "I was just curious."
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curious adjective (STRANGE)

strange and unusual: There was a curious-looking man standing outside. A curious thing happened to me yesterday. It's curious (that) Billy hasn't phoned when he promised he would.
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curiously
adverb uk   /-li/ us  
B2 Curiously (= strangely), there didn't seem to be a bank in the town.
Traducciones de “curious”
en coreano 호기심 많은…
en árabe فُضولي…
en francés curieux, curieux (de)…
en turco meraklı, garip, tuhaf…
en italiano curioso…
en chino (tradicionál) 感興趣的, 好奇的, 好打聽的…
en ruso любопытный, странный, курьезный…
en polaco ciekawy, dziwny…
en español curioso, extraño, raro…
en portugués curioso…
en alemán seltsam, neugierig…
en catalán curiós…
en japonés 知りたがる…
en chino (simplificado) 感兴趣的, 好奇的, 好打听的…
(Definition of curious from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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