What is the difference between that's odd, that's weird, and that's strange?
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While they may be used interchangeably in casual conversation, they actually have different meanings. From an etymological dictionary:
There isn't a lot of difference between them - they can be used almost interchangeably. To the extent that there is a difference (and anyone pays attention to the fine gradations in the terms), then:
None of them expresses outright disbelief in whatever is being discussed, but there is always a background sentiment of "that should not be happening; are you sure it did?".
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