US: /ˈstɹeɪndʒ/
UK: /stɹˈe‍ɪnd‍ʒ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

strange /streindʤ/
  • tính từ
    • lạ, xa lạ, không quen biết
      • strange land: đất lạ, đất nước người
    • kỳ lạ, kỳ dị, kỳ quặc
      • a strange story: một câu chuyện kỳ lạ
      • he is very strange in his manner: thái độ của nó rất kỳ quặc; nó có vẻ điên điên khùng khùng
    • mới, chưa quen
      • I am strange to the work: công việc đối với tôi rất mới
      • I am quite strange here: tôi không phải người vùng này
    • to feel strange
      • thấy trong người khang khác, thấy choáng váng
    • thấy lạ, cảm thấy xa lạ, cảm thấy không được thoải mái

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective (stranger, strangest)
1 ~ (that / how ...) unusual or surprising, especially in a way that is difficult to understand: A strange thing happened this morning. + She was looking at me in a very strange way. + It's strange (that) we haven't heard from him. + It's strange how childhood impressions linger. + That's strange-the front door's open. + I'm looking forward to the exam, strange as it may seem. + There was something strange about her eyes. + Strange to say, I don't really enjoy television.
2 ~ (to sb) not familiar because you have not been there before or met the person before: a strange country / city / neighbourhood + to wake up in a strange bed + Never accept lifts from strange men. + At first the place was strange to me.
strangeness noun [U]
Idioms: feel strange to not feel comfortable in a situation; to have an unpleasant physical feeling: She felt strange sitting at her father's desk. + It was terribly hot and I started to feel strange.
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Thesaurus dictionary

1 odd, peculiar, bizarre, weird, curious, uncommon, unusual, rare, singular, exceptional, eccentric, weird, funny, quaint, fantastic, out of the ordinary, extraordinary, out-of-the-way, queer, outlandish, unheard-of, grotesque, abnormal, remarkable, surprising, inexplicable, unaccountable, uncanny, Colloq offbeat, far-out, Slang kinky, Brit rum, US kooky:
I had a strange dream last night.
2 unfamiliar, unknown, unaccustomed:
The children were warned not to get into strange cars. She was overwhelmed by the strange culture of her husband's country.

Collocation dictionary


appear, be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste | consider sth, find sth, regard sth as, think sth
His behaviour was regarded as very strange.


extremely, really, very | a bit, fairly, a little, pretty, quite, rather, somewhat
He's quite nice, but a bit strange.


Their accent was strange to her ears.

Concise English dictionary

+being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird
+not known before
+relating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world