1 alien, imported, non-native; overseas, distant, tramontane, transalpine, transatlantic, transpacific:
Duty is payable on foreign goods. We holiday in a different foreign country each year.
2 strange, outlandish, exotic, unfamiliar, peculiar, odd, curious:
She regards anything except beans and toast as foreign food.
3 unknown, unfamiliar, strange, inappropriate, unrelated, unconnected, unassimilable, remote, extrinsic, extraneous:
Their philosophy is completely foreign to my way of thinking.
1 not coming from your own country
be, look, sound
The name sounded foreign.
a slightly foreign accent
He was a small man, distinctly foreign in appearance.
2 foreign to sb: not typical of sb/not known to sb
be, feel, seem
very | completely, entirely, quite, totally, utterly
This kind of behaviour is completely foreign to her.
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