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Unexpected EventsPlay
Use 'strange' to express that something is not just unusual, but also unexpected or hard to explain. SlideHe had a strange encounter with a talking crow.
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Mild SurprisePlay
'Strange' can imply a mild surprise rather than a strong shock. SlideIt's strange how cats always land on their feet.
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Casual SpeechPlay
Often used in everyday conversation, 'strange' is suitable for informal settings. SlideThat's a strange idea, but it might just work.