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Definition of “unfamiliar” - Learner’s Dictionary

unfamiliar

adjective     /ˌʌnfəˈmɪljər/
B2 not known to you: an unfamiliar face His name was unfamiliar to me.Strange, suspicious and unnatural
be unfamiliar with sth
B2 to not have any knowledge or experience of something: Many older people are unfamiliar with computers.Strange, suspicious and unnatural
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