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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (very unusual)
a. very strange
Me parece muy raro que Pedro haya venido sin su esposa. ¿Tú crees que se han divorciado?I find it very strange that Pedro came without his wife. Do you think they've got divorced?
b. very odd
Esta carne tiene un olor muy raro, ¿no crees?This meat has a very odd smell, don't you think?
c. very weird
Su hermano es muy raro. Siempre va por ahí hablando solo.Her brother is very weird. He's always walking around, talking to himself.
2. (very scarce or exceptional)
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