odd-sounding

odd-sounding

adj
sounding or seeming strange or unusual
Translations

odd-sounding

[ˈɒdˌsaʊndɪŋ] ADJ [name] → raro
odd-sounding wordspalabras que suenan raras
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Featuring two teams, each with three comedians on them, they are presented with a series of odd-sounding statements, such as 'I once booked a holiday to Costa Rica because I thought it was in Spain, and only realised my mistake when I sat down on the plane' or 'I was once arrested for not knowing I had illegally entered a country', which while they may sound weird, may not sound all that weird.
It's an odd-sounding concept, but the book isn't alone in this genre: It is actually Volume 4 of the Bikes in Space series.
Growing up, one of our family rules was, "share or don't get." That simple, odd-sounding phrase gave me a sense of justice and fairness when it comes to how we treat other people.
THERE are some odd-sounding car names around at the moment.
The equally odd-sounding Hanzee Dent, the permanently unsmiling, near silent Native American who acts as private enforcer for the crooked Gerhardt clan in the show's current season two on Channel 4.
Its media release added only the obligatory HS2 references, and a slightly odd-sounding "transformation of public services for 'troubled individuals', including support for people with mental health [don't we all have mental health?] and reforms to the criminal justice system".
and packs in over a hundred signature recipes evolved from their restaurant, from pulled pork shoulder to slaws and even odd-sounding ice creams such as a Sticky Bourbon & Cola Pudding.
I went into this odd-sounding film "Amit Sahni Ki List", honestly, with zero expectations.
The odd-sounding Picpoul de Pinet white varietal has gained a modest foothold on UK shelves in recent years.
All this should really prove less discouraging to the potential performer than it at first appears; if one treats Tyler's stringings as primarily suggestions, one can experiment without fear of anything more than some odd-sounding octave displacements on occasion.