Weird

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Definition

weird: strange, bizarre, curious, peculiar
adjective

weirdly (attractive): strangely, bizarrely, unusually (attractive)
adverb
Pronunciation examples
UK: I had a weird dream last night - I dreamt that I was pronouncing a sentence about the word 'weird'.
US: He has a weird sense of humor - nobody laughs at his jokes.
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Examples

  • "I ran into him at my dog's hairdresser, and I thought: he's rich and weird, and you're weird and now rich - I guess you guys should talk."
  • "Why is that weird?"
  • "Bruno : That's a weird thing to say."
  • "Horatio : Great, because I have some very strong and very weird ideas about the future of this company."
  • "Robot : They are there to advise you, not attend to your weird sexual needs."
  • "Giant corporation makes bid to buy weird little juice business"
  • "However, there is some weird stuff on your résumé."
  • "I need you this afternoon to run some errands, pick up my dry cleaning, and I have this weird rash that I need you to look at."
  • "That's weird."

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