Definition of 'mystery'
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And having tested all of my senses against them, I surrendered to the mystery. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)I thought it would add a bit of mystery to use the theme in my novels. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2002)It's not often I get a client with a genuine mystery to solve. KICK BACK (2002)
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British English: mystery /ˈmɪstərɪ/ NOUN
A mystery is something that is not understood or known about.
Why he behaved this way is a mystery.
- American English: mystery
- Arabic: غُمُوضٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mistério
- Chinese: 神秘
- Croatian: misterij
- Czech: záhada
- Danish: mysterium
- Dutch: mysterie
- European Spanish: misterio
- Finnish: arvoitus
- French: mystère
- German: Geheimnis
- Greek: μυστήριο
- Italian: mistero
- Japanese: 謎
- Korean: 신비
- Norwegian: mysterium
- Polish: tajemniczość
- European Portuguese: mistério
- Romanian: mister
- Russian: тайна
- Spanish: misterio
- Swedish: mysterium
- Thai: ความลึกลับ
- Turkish: gizem
- Ukrainian: таємниця
- Vietnamese: điều huyền bí
British English: mystery ADJECTIVE
A mystery person or thing is one whose identity or nature is not known.
The mystery hero immediately alerted police after spotting the thief.
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