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    curios

    Hi,

    One of friends send me a message. I don't understand a word in his message. This message is as follow:

    *I am curios about why are you studying the Wells turbine?

    What is the exact meaning of "curios"?

    Thanks.

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    Ali

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    Re: curios

    He meant curious. Click here and read definition 1.

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    Re: curios

    Rover_KE is correct your friend meant curious however you might be intrested to know curios is a word.
    It is the plural of curio meaning a rare or unusual object.
    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/de.../english/curio
    I am not a teacher but am a native speaker.

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    Re: curios

    Quote Originally Posted by Mrfatso View Post
    Rover'_KE is correct. Your friend meant 'curious'. However, you might be interested to know 'curios' is a word.

    It is the plural of 'curio', meaning 'a rare or unusual object'.
    Please take care, Mr Fatso. Correcting that put me to more trouble than answering the OP.

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