Definition of unfamiliar in English:

unfamiliar

Line breaks: un|famil¦iar
Pronunciation: /ʌnfəˈmɪlɪə
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unfamiliarity

Pronunciation: /-lɪˈarɪti/
noun
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  • Paraphrasing the childhood word game underlines the strangeness of the word and our unfamiliarity with the concept.
  • It's possible that his unfamiliarity with the controls may have led him into difficulties when riding it.
  • Their win against a number of US and South American teams was hailed as a terrific victory given their unfamiliarity of playing in such sweltering heat.

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