Can curious here mean both--wanting to know something, as well as curious =strange.
Wanting to understand what curious means here - curious as in 'she's a curious woman' or curious 'she's curious about something'.
Can the sentence above mean both?
I used "wife" instead of "woman" and it counted it wrong. (The wife is curious)
It would only be taken as "wife" if it was in a context that supported it, e.g., the use of a possessive. By itself, using "wife" would be limiting it to a more narrow interpretation that the original French.
Why not lady? The lady is curious