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uncommonadjective

 us   /ʌnˈkɑm·ən/

uncommon adjective (NOT FREQUENT)

[not gradable] not seen, happening, or experienced often: It’s not uncommon for someone to change jobs several times.

uncommon adjective (UNUSUALLY LARGE)

(esp. of a human quality) unusually large in amount or degree: She’s a woman of uncommon kindness.
uncommonly
adverb  us   /ʌnˈkɑm·ən·li/
an uncommonly gifted singer
Translations of “uncommon”
in Arabic غَير مَألوف…
in Korean 드문…
in Malaysian tdk biasa…
in French rare…
in Turkish nadir, ender rastlanır, alışılmamış…
in Italian insolito, raro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不頻繁的, 罕見的,不常有的…
in Russian редкий, необычный…
in Polish rzadki, niezwykły…
in Vietnamese bất thường, hiếm thấy…
in Spanish raro, poco común…
in Portuguese incomum, inusitado…
in Thai ที่พบได้น้อย…
in German ungewöhnlich…
in Catalan poc comú…
in Japanese まれな…
in Indonesian langka…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不频繁的, 罕见的,不常有的…
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