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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
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
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
urban legend (translation of recent Western term) / story or theory circulated as true / same as 都會傳奇|都会传奇
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
legendary person / legend (i.e. person)
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
crazy / bizarre / weird / fantastic / strange
extraordinary shame and humiliation (idiom)
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)
iQiyi, online video platform based in Beijing, launched in 2010
macchiato (loanword) / latte macchiato (coffee)
cappuccino (loanword)
parity / odd and even
a rare treasure / sth priceless and unique
interest in sth / curiosity / inquisitive
marvel
odd number
anecdote / fantastic story
Chery (car manufacturer)
rare treasure (idiom)
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
remarkable work / peculiar writing
very rarely seen, unusual (idiom)
singular solution (to a math. equation)
rare / strange
Swarovski crystal
unexpected splendour
bizarre dress
Gucci (brand)
an eccentric / odd person / person of extraordinary talent
kimchi (loanword)
strange / queer / intriguing
genius
montage (film) (loanword)
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
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
The Chronicles of Narnia, children's stories by C.S. Lewis
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
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), Italian Renaissance painter
Goran Hadžić (1958-2016), Croatian Serb leader until 1994, indicted war criminal
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
singularly beautiful / weird and wonderful
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
strange and prominent
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