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Translation of "rarely" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

rarely

adverb
 
 
/ˈreə.li/ US  /ˈrer-/
not often
很少;不常見;難得
We rarely see each other now.
我們現在很少見面。
I rarely have time to read a newspaper.
我難得有時間看報。
formal Rarely have I seen such a beautiful sunset.
如此美麗的日落景象我真是難得一見。
→  See also seldom Rarely and infrequently
Translations of “rarely”
in Korean 드물게…
in Arabic نادِرًا…
in Portuguese raramente…
in Catalan rarament, gairebé mai…
in Japanese めったに~ない…
in Italian raramente…
in Russian редко…
in Turkish nadiren, ender olarak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 很少, 不常见, 难得…
in Polish rzadko…
(Definition of rarely from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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