Translation of uncanny in Spanish:

uncanny

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkæni/

adj

  • raro, extraño, asombroso she has an uncanny knack of knowing exactly what I'm thinking es increíble cómo siempre sabe exactamente qué estoy pensando
    More example sentences
    • Eriksson, charming, smooth and cerebral, has the uncanny ability to deflect most criticism.
    • Paul had this uncanny ability of making me want to hit him and laugh at the same time.
    • Some people seem to have an uncanny ability to grow personally regardless of their apparent setting.

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