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Joy Roy
Aug 01, 2022
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I had the reputation of being a lone wolf back when I was in college. outsider Literally means "people outside", which is often called "outsiders" in Chinese! The definition of the English-English dictionary is a person who is not accepted as a member of a society, group, etc. meaning. E.g: He surrounds himself with people but feels like an outsider deep down. outcast The verb phrase cast out means "to cast out", and outcast is a noun, referring to one that is cast out or refused acceptance (as by society), something like The Chinese expression "the expelled person, the abandoned person, the person not accepted by society" can also be used to mean "the marginalized person". E.g: There are times when I feel like an outcast, and I have to try really hard to convince myself that it's all in my head. ) How to say "incompatible" in English? To whatsapp list describe the feeling of being "out of place", English also has several words to express it! out of place Literally means "not in the right place", and if you feel that you are not in the right place in a certain group or in a certain situation, it naturally means "uncomfortable, out of place"! E.g: In a society where being social and outgoing are prized, introverts may grow up feeling out of place. feel left out The verb phrase leave out means "to be left out, not included", while feel left out is often used to express the feeling of "excluded, out of place, left out". E.g: Feeling left out, he sat there all afternoon saying nothing. In addition to feel left out, you can also use feel excluded, feel isolated, feel alienated to express this feeling of "being out of place, being isolated, and being alienated". not fit in The verb phrase fit in means "to fit in, to fit in, to fit in", so not fit in can also be used to mean "failed to fit in, out of tune". E.g: He doesn't seem to fit in at the new school even though he's been there for a whole semester. a fish out of water Literally "like a fish out of water", it is often used to refer to someone who is "out of place in an unfamiliar environment, uncomfortable in a situation, out of place". E.g:
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