Definition of strange
He thought it strange that his girlfriend wore shorts in the winter.
2. Unfamiliar, not yet part of one's experience.
I moved to a strange town when I was ten.
4. Belonging to another country; foreign.
5. Reserved; distant in deportment.
6. Backward; slow.
7. Not familiar; unaccustomed; inexperienced.
8. To alienate; to estrange.
10. To wonder; to be astonished.
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All of them were very strange food to us, we don’tknow what any of them mean, but the menus looked very tasty, and the photos of food seemed really exciting.
In Asturias we discovered another strange venue, the sidrería.
And just as my granddad used to sit me on his knee and tell me about some of the strange things that Englishman will do for cheese, I’ll be able to do the same for my grandchildren.
Furthermore, in Spain, during the summer, in every village there are traditional and popular parties that I have heard of, but many of them were very strange to me and I didn’t understand them very well.
Music is not the only strange medicine she gives her dogs.
The dishes seemed very strange to us, we didn’t know what was on the menu, but the food looked very tasty, and the photos of the food seemed really exciting.
The idea of a disappearing world might seem strange to you, but Dr. Michael Fay explains it well.
There was a great atmosphere: a lot of people have travelled a long way to take part in this strange festival.
“I will undoubtedly be punished by being drowned in my own tears! That will really be a strange thing! However, everything is queer today.”
“It seems to me that it is all very… very weird,” he said, in a voice that trembled a little; “it seems so strange to think…”