not previously known, seen, felt, heard of, etc.
"a strange exaltation that was indefinable"
"a strange fantastical mind"
"what a strange sense of humor she has"
"used many strange words"
"saw many strange faces in the crowd"
"don't let anyone unknown into the house"
"a foreign accent"
"on business in a foreign city"
To the reader, both English and strange.
出自： M. Parker
He is still strange to the job.
The term is strange to the common men.
The new boys are strange to the school.
He is still strange to city life.
My grandma is still strange to city life.
The village boy was strange to city life.
She is strange to her new duties, but she'll soon learn.
她对新的工作很生疏,但她很快会学会的。 be strange to sb
This area is strange to us.
This part of the town is strange to me.
The street he stood in was strange to him.
Everything here is strange to him.
The handwriting is strange to me.
误 I like that painting, it is most strange.
正 I like that painting, it is most unusual.
析 strange表示“奇怪的,奇特的”,通常带有贬义。误句中strange可改用 unusual (少见的,独特的)。
析 be strange to me的含义是“我不认识…”,而非“…不认识我”。