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stranger Saltos de línea: stran¦ger
Pronunciación: /ˈstreɪn(d)ʒə/

Definición de stranger en inglés:

sustantivo

1A person whom one does not know or with whom one is not familiar: don’t talk to strangers she remained a stranger to him
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In fact, a lot of times, we're teaching our children to run to a police officer or a fire fighter, and in fact they are strangers.
  • We are strangers as much to each other as to this place.
  • For the most part we are strangers sharing rooms.
1.1A person who does not know, or is not known in, a particular place or community: I’m a stranger in these parts he must have been a stranger to the village
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Dozens of members were also quizzed in a bid to jog memories and possibly identify anyone who may have been a stranger to the club.
  • Mirza, like most romantic heroes, was a stranger to Sahiban's land and belonged to a feuding clan.
  • Though he grew up in Ligonier, Corbett is not a stranger to the Seward and Armagh areas.
Sinónimos
unknown person;
Scottish unco
newcomer, new arrival, incomer;
visitor;
Northern English offcomer
Australian informalblow-in
1.2 (stranger to) A person entirely unaccustomed to (a feeling, experience, or situation): he is no stranger to controversy
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Gregg is no stranger to the open road and he experienced his first tour when he was only seven months old.
  • She is no stranger to the courts and has had some other experience in conducting a trial.
  • However Jason is no stranger to success, albeit at Youth League level.
Sinónimos
1.3A person who is not a member or official of the House of Commons.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • He is supposed to be debating to you and to fellow members of Parliament, and he should not involve strangers.
  • Historically, strangers were not allowed in and the right of Parliament to debate in private is still maintained.
  • No Member of this House shall presume to bring any stranger into any part of the House or gallery appropriated to the Members of this House while the House, or a committee of the whole House, is sitting.

Origen

Late Middle English: shortening of Old French estrangier, from Latin extraneus (see strange).

Palabras que riman con stranger

arranger, changer, danger, endanger, exchanger, Grainger, hydrangea, manger, ranger

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