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weird

involving or suggesting the supernatural: a weird glowing object in the sky; fantastic; bizarre: That’s a weird costume you are wearing.
Not to be confused with:
wired – equipped with wires; made of wire; consisting of or made of wires: a wired barrier; connected electronically to computer networks; a feeling of excitement or anticipation; edgy: You’re certainly wired today.
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weird

(wîrd)adj.weird·er, weird·est
1. Strikingly odd or unusual, especially in an unsettling way; strange: He lives in a weird old house on a dark street. Your neighbor is said to be a little weird. I felt a little weird after drinking that tea.
2. Suggestive of the supernatural: weird stories about ghosts.
n.Archaic
2. One's assigned lot or fortune, especially when evil.
tr. & intr.v.weird·ed, weird·ing, weirds
Slang To experience or cause to experience an odd, unusual, and sometimes uneasy sensation. Often used with out.
[Middle English werd, wird, fate (often in the pl. wirdes, the Fates), from Old English wyrd; see wer- in Indo-European roots.]
weird′ness n.
Synonyms: weird, eerie, uncanny, unearthly
These adjectives refer to what is of a mysteriously strange, usually frightening nature. Weird may suggest the operation of supernatural influences, or merely the odd or unusual: 'Nameless voices—weird sounds that awake in a Southern forest at twilight's approach,—were crying a sinister welcome to the settling gloom' (Kate Chopin).'The platypus ... seemed so weird when first discovered that a specimen sent to a museum was thought to be a hoax: bits of mammal and bits of bird stitched together' (Richard Dawkins).
Something eerie inspires fear or uneasiness and implies a sinister influence: 'His white countenance was rendered eerie by the redness of the sagging lids below his eyes' (John Updike).
Uncanny refers to what is impossible to explain or accept: 'My mother had an uncanny ability to see right through to my motives. At the time I wondered if she had ESP' (Porter Shreve).
Something unearthly seems so strange and unnatural as to come from or belong to another world: 'The joy of having escaped death made the unearthly ruins of Hamburg seem more like a smoldering paradise than the purgatory other people thought our once lovely city had become' (Marione Ingram).
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weird

(wɪəd) adj
1. (Alternative Belief Systems) suggestive of or relating to the supernatural; eerie
3. (Classical Myth & Legend) archaic of or relating to fate or the Fates
n
5. (Classical Myth & Legend) one of the Fates
vb
[Old English (ge)wyrd destiny; related to weorthan to become, Old Norse urthr bane, Old Saxon wurd; see worth2]
ˈweirdnessn
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weird

(wɪərd)
adj. -er, -est,
n. adj.
1. involving or suggesting the supernatural; unearthly or uncanny: a weird sound.
2. strange; unusual; peculiar: a weird costume.
3. Archaic. concerned with or controlling fate or destiny.
n. Chiefly Scot.
[before 900; (n.) Middle English (northern form of wird), Old English wyrd; akin to worth2; (adj.) Middle English, orig. attributive n. in phrase werde sisters the Fates (popularized as appellation of the witches in Macbeth)]
weird′ness,n.
syn: weird, eerie, uncanny refer to that which is mysterious and apparently outside natural law. weird suggests the intervention of supernatural influences in human affairs: weird doings in the haunted house; a weird coincidence.eerie refers to something ghostly that makes one's flesh creep: eerie moans from a deserted house.uncanny refers to an extraordinary or remarkable thing that seems to defy the laws established by experience: an uncanny ability to recall numbers.
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weird


Past participle: weirded
Gerund: weirding
Imperative
weird
weird
Present
I weird
you weird
he/she/it weirds
we weird
you weird
they weird
Preterite
I weirded
you weirded
he/she/it weirded
we weirded
you weirded
they weirded
Present Continuous
I am weirding
you are weirding
he/she/it is weirding
we are weirding
you are weirding
they are weirding
Present Perfect
I have weirded
you have weirded
he/she/it has weirded
we have weirded
you have weirded
they have weirded
Past Continuous
I was weirding
you were weirding
he/she/it was weirding
we were weirding
you were weirding
they were weirding
Past Perfect
I had weirded
you had weirded
he/she/it had weirded
we had weirded
you had weirded
they had weirded
Future
I will weird
you will weird
he/she/it will weird
we will weird
you will weird
they will weird
Future Perfect
I will have weirded
you will have weirded
he/she/it will have weirded
we will have weirded
you will have weirded
they will have weirded
Future Continuous
I will be weirding
you will be weirding
he/she/it will be weirding
we will be weirding
you will be weirding
they will be weirding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been weirding
you have been weirding
he/she/it has been weirding
we have been weirding
you have been weirding
they have been weirding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been weirding
you will have been weirding
he/she/it will have been weirding
we will have been weirding
you will have been weirding
they will have been weirding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been weirding
you had been weirding
he/she/it had been weirding
we had been weirding
you had been weirding
they had been weirding
Conditional
I would weird
you would weird
he/she/it would weird
we would weird
you would weird
they would weird
Past Conditional
I would have weirded
you would have weirded
he/she/it would have weirded
we would have weirded
you would have weirded
they would have weirded
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Noun1.Weird - fate personified; any one of the three Weird Sisters
Anglo-Saxon deity - (Anglo-Saxon mythology) a deity worshipped by the Anglo-Saxons
Adj.1.weird - suggesting the operation of supernatural influences; 'an eldritch screech'; 'the three weird sisters'; 'stumps...had uncanny shapes as of monstrous creatures'- John Galsworthy; 'an unearthly light'; 'he could hear the unearthly scream of some curlew piercing the din'- Henry Kingsley
supernatural - not existing in nature or subject to explanation according to natural laws; not physical or material; 'supernatural forces and occurrences and beings'
2.weird - strikingly odd or unusual; 'some trick of the moonlight; some weird effect of shadow'- Bram Stoker
strange, unusual - being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird; 'a strange exaltation that was indefinable'; 'a strange fantastical mind'; 'what a strange sense of humor she has'
Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection. © 2003-2012 Princeton University, Farlex Inc.

weird

adjective
1.strange, odd, unusual, bizarre, ghostly, mysterious, queer, unearthly, eerie, grotesque, supernatural, unnatural, far-out(slang), uncanny, spooky(informal), creepy(informal), eldritch(poetic)I had such a weird dream last night.
strangenatural, normal, regular, usual, ordinary, typical, mundane
2.bizarre, odd, strange, unusual, queer, grotesque, unnatural, creepy(informal), outlandish, freakishI don't like that guy - he's really weird.
bizarrecommon, natural, normal, regular, usual, ordinary, typical
Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002
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weird

adjective1. Of a mysteriously strange and usually frightening nature:
Informal: spooky.
2. Deviating from the customary:
bizarre, cranky, curious, eccentric, erratic, freakish, idiosyncratic, odd, outlandish, peculiar, quaint, queer, quirky, singular, strange, unnatural, unusual.
British Slang: rum, rummy.
3. Causing puzzlement; perplexing:
The American Heritage® Roget's Thesaurus. Copyright © 2013, 2014 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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weird

[wɪəd]ADJ (weirder (compar) (weirdest (superl))) → raro, extraño
the weird thing is thatlo raroes que ...
all sorts of weird and wonderful thingstodo tipo de cosasextraordinarias
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weird

[ˈwɪərd]adj [person, appearance] → bizarre; [experience, coincidence, feeling] → bizarre
It felt weird going back to Liverpool → Cela faisaitbizarre de revenir à Liverpool.
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

weird

adj (+er)(= uncanny)unheimlich; (inf: = odd) → seltsam
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

weird

[wɪəd]adj (-er (comp) (-est (superl))) →

Weird Thesaurus

strano/a, bizzarro/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

weird

(wiəd) adjective
odd or very strange. a weird story; She wears weird clothes. vreemd غَريب чудат estranho podivný, výstřední seltsam underlig παράξενος, αλλόκοτοςextraño, raro kummaline غيرعادي outo bizarreמוזר निराला čudan, neobičan furcsa aneh annarlegur, dularfullur strano, bizzarro 奇妙な 이상한, 기묘한 keistas dīvains; mistisks aneh, ganjil, pelik vreemdeiendommelig, merkelig, nifsdziwacznyestranho ciu­dat, bizar странный; причудливый čudný, zvláštny; výstredný čuden čudan konstig แปลกประหลาด acayip, garip 古怪的 чудний, чудернацький انوکھا kỳ lạ 古怪的
ˈweirdly adverb
aardig بِغَرابَه странно estranhamente podivně unheimlich underligt παράξενα, αλλόκοταextrañamente kummaliselt بطرز غيرعادي oudosti bizarrement בְּאוֹפֶן מוּזָר निरालेपन से čudno, neobično különösen secara aneh annarlega stranamente, bizzarramente 奇妙に 기묘하게 keistai dīvaini dengan aneh vreemdselsomt, merkelig, nifst dziwacznie estranhamente (în mod) bizar странно zvláštne čudno čudno konstigt อย่างแปลกประหลาด acayip bir şekilde 古怪地 чудернацьки انوکھے انداز سے một cách kỳ lạ 古怪地
ˈweirdness noun
aardigheid غَرابَه странност estranheza výstřednost das Unheimliche besynderlighed η ιδιότητα του να είναι κπ. ή κτ. παράξενο(ς), αλλόκοτο(ς) cualidad de extraño, rareza kummalisus غرابت outous étrangetéמוזרות निरालापन neobičnost rejtelmes/különös/furcsa jelleg keanehan annarleiki stranezza, bizzarria 奇妙さ 기묘함 keistumas dīvainība; dīvainums keanehan vreemdheidselsomhet; uhyggelighetdziwaczność estranheza ciudăţenie, stranietate странность výstrednosť nenavadnost čudnost konstighet ความแปลกประหลาด acayiplik 古怪 чудернацькість انوکھا پن sự kỳ lạ 古怪
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.

weird

عَجِيب podivný underligseltsamαλλόκοτοςextraño omituinenbizarre čudanbizzarro 変な 별난

Weird Al Yankovic

vreemdunderligdziwny

Weird News

esquisitoсверхъестественный konstig แปลกประหลาดacayip kỳ dị怪异的
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