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Pronunciation of Strangeness: Learn how to pronounce Strangeness in English correctly

Learn how to say Strangeness correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word strange:

adjective
1unusual or surprising; difficult to understand or explain:
children have some strange ideas
he’s a very strange man
[with clause]:
it is strange how things change
slightly or undefinably unwell or ill at ease:
her head still felt strange
2not previously visited, seen, or encountered; unfamiliar or alien:
she was lost in a strange country
a harsh accent that was strange to his ears
(strange to/at/in) archaic unaccustomed to or unfamiliar with:
I am strange to the work
3 Physics (of a subatomic particle) having a non-zero value for strangeness.
Phrases
strange to say (or literary tell)
it is surprising or unusual that:
strange to say, I didn’t really like carol singers
Derivatives
strangely
adverb
[as submodifier]:
the house was strangely quiet
[sentence adverb]:
strangely enough, people were able to perform this task without difficulty
Origin:
Middle English: shortening of Old French estrange, from Latin extraneus ‘external, strange’