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Meaning of 见怪不怪

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jiàn guài guài (Trad.: 見怪不怪)
to keep one's calm in the face of the unexpected; not to wonder at strange sights
Example Sentences
1
They have seen enough of those in one lifetime.
2
The officers listen patiently to the foreigners' story, but they do not seem surprised.
3
It has been 'normal' in recent decades for China-US relations to experience regular turbulence.
4
The word "disaster" seems to mock us. After enough repetitions of shocking weather, we can't remain indefinitely shocked.
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西
西
But the Spanish are used to high unemployment; in fact, one could see the Spanish economy taking a debt-fueled round trip.