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weird in English:

1. negative and unusual



English word "weird"(negative and unusual) occurs in sets:

Synonyms for the adjective "strange"
Synonyms for the adjective "strange"

2. bizarre


there are many traditions and customs around the word which may seem quite bizarre to people who don’t fallow them.
Nothing is to bizarre for this museum.
This car looks bizarre.
She put forward her ideas employing a rather bizarre style.
It's rush hours and there is no one on the street... It's so bizarre.
1. That does sound truly bizarre. / 2. In his bizarre (sort of) way. / 3. What a bizarre little creature!
And then he told me this bizarre story.
Interviewers throw bizarre questions at candidates to see how they reacted.
Newton often did the most bizarre experiments.
a bizarre coincidence
Lingerie outlets across Russia may have to bin most of their stock under a bizarre trade directive that bans the import, production or sale of synthetic lace underwear
A love of animals can take many forms, from unconditional and affectionate, to ridiculous and totally bizarre.
"Some of these "religions" have beliefs and practices that border on the bizarre and disturbing."
They asked some bizarre questions in the job interview.
The definition of bizarre is a very strange person or thing. A bird with three eyes would be an example of bizarre.

3. unusual and strange



4. very strange and unusual



English word "weird"(very strange and unusual) occurs in sets:

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5. very strange and unusual or not natural



English word "weird"(very strange and unusual or not natural) occurs in sets:

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