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    #1

    "fancy seeing you here"

    What is the meaning of: "Fancy seeing you here."

    a) I'm glad to see you here.
    b) Who would imagine meeting you here!

    Thank you! :)


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    #2

    Re: "fancy seeing you here"

    b)


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    #3

    Re: "fancy seeing you here"

    Well, I think "fancy" (= interjection) here means surprised feeling.

    So, "Who would imagine meeting you here!" is right answer, I guest.

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