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Pīnyīn
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HSK
strange / odd / to marvel / to be baffled
HSK 3
inquisitive / curious / inquisitiveness / curiosity
HSK 5
miracle / miraculous / wonder / marvel
HSK 5
magical / mystical / miraculous
HSK 6
to be amazed / to be surprised / to wonder
HSK 6
fantastic / wonderful
HSK 6
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odd (number)
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strange / odd / weird / wonderful / surprisingly / unusually
legendary / fantasy saga / romance / short stories of the Tang and Song Dynasty
fantasy (fiction)
Dodge, US automobile brand, division of Chrysler LLC
urban legend (translation of recent Western term) / story or theory circulated as true / same as 都會傳奇|都会传奇
Mickey or Mitch (name)
odd / bizarre
to slap the table in amazement (idiom); wonderful! / amazing!
exotic flower / (fig.) marvel / prodigy / (slang) weirdo / outlandish
Pokémon or Pocket Monsters, popular Japanese video game, anime and manga
troops appearing suddenly (in a raid or ambush)
quaint charm
extraordinary / exceptional / unusual
kiwi fruit / Chinese gooseberry
extraordinary shame and humiliation (idiom)
fantastic / bizarre / odd / exotic / astonished
Pope Vigilius (in office 537-555) / phonetic -vich or -wich in Russian names
spectacle / impressive sight
wonderful scenery / amazing sight / (fig.) marvel
novelty / new and odd
to hunt for novelty / to seek novelty
rare / strange
odd person / an eccentric
ancient Chinese divination tradition (still in use today)
Peppa, from Peppa Pig cartoon
husky (sled dog)
nothing is too bizarre / full of extraordinary things
macchiato (loanword) / latte macchiato (coffee)
to click one's tongue in wonder (idiom) / to be astonished
not at all surprising (idiom)
suddenly have a thought (idiom) / suddenly be inspired to do something
legendary person / legend (i.e. person)
crazy / bizarre / weird / fantastic / strange
cookie (loanword via Cantonese 曲奇 kuk1 kei4)
ordinary and mediocre (idiom); nothing to write home about
sygyt (overtone singing)
peculiar / unusual / queer
happy encounter / fortuitous meeting / adventure
Liu Shaoqi (1898-1969), Chinese communist leader, a martyr of the Cultural Revolution
fantastic oddities of every description (idiom)
interest in sth / curiosity / inquisitive
iQiyi, online video platform based in Beijing, launched in 2010
Swarovski crystal
cappuccino (loanword)
parity / odd and even
a rare treasure / sth priceless and unique
Gucci (brand)
marvel
odd number
anecdote / fantastic story
Chery (car manufacturer)
an eccentric / odd person / person of extraordinary talent
rare treasure (idiom)
remarkable work / peculiar writing
lit. to change something rotten into something magical (idiom)
(loanword) kitsch, in a sense that originates in the writing of Milan Kundera: getting emotional about sth due to the influence of social conditioning
to seek unusual scenery or places
strangely enough / oddly enough / strange to say
very rarely seen, unusual (idiom)
rare / strange
genius
bizarre dress
The Chronicles of Narnia, children's stories by C.S. Lewis
kimchi (loanword)
strange / queer / intriguing
montage (film) (loanword)
singular solution (to a math. equation)
lit. remarkable work appreciated by all (idiom); universally praised (original meaning) / incomprehensible nonsense / preposterous bullshit
rare commodity worth hoarding / object for profiteering
singular and majestic / strange and grand
unexpected splendour
Mickey Mouse
urban legend (translation of recent Western term) / story or theory circulated as true / same as 都市傳奇|都市传奇
singular excursion / off the beaten track
Richmond (place name or surname)
brilliant skill / uncanny feat
very short of (food, clean water etc) / extreme shortage / deficit
surprise attack / raid
Wichita (city in Kansas)
marker (writing instrument)
odd story / exotic tale / fig. ridiculous argument
strange / rare / bizarre
Karachi (Pakistan)
rare / strange
to hoard and profiteer / to speculate
singularly beautiful / weird and wonderful
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), Italian Renaissance painter
Goran Hadžić (1958-2016), Croatian Serb leader until 1994, indicted war criminal
exotic flowers and rare herbs (idiom)
Slapping the Table in Amazement (Part I), first of two books of vernacular stories by Ming dynasty novelist Ling Mengchu 凌濛初|凌蒙初
to hoard / to speculate / profiteering
Hufflepuff (Harry Potter)
Qitai county or Guchung nahiyisi in Changji Hui autonomous prefecture 昌吉回族自治州, Xinjiang
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