English version

feel strange

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfeel strangefeel strangeILLNESS/DISEASEto feel as if something is slightly wrong or unusual, either physically or emotionally Can you get me a glass of water? I feel a bit strange. It felt strange to be back in Dublin. strange
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feel strangeBut after one particularly long session of playing on it he began to feel strange.When I first went in, it felt strange.He says that he felt strange and fell on to the floor.I was tired and felt strange and lost in a faraway, disgusting place.It must have felt strange for her not to head directly for the Loreto Convent at Entally.I left the debate feeling strange - I didn't know what to believe.One reason Muriel felt strange in Atchison was that she had to be on her best behavior for her grandparents.It felt strange to be in possession of two hats.It felt strange to be in the schoolhouse at night.
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