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Translation of "abnormal" - English-Spanish dictionary

abnormal

adjective   /æbˈnɔː·məl/
not normal anormal abnormal behaviour
(Definition of abnormal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

abnormal

adjective /ӕbˈnoːməl/
not normal anormal His behaviour/behavior is abnormal for a child of his age.
abnormality /-ˈmӕ-/ noun
anormalidad a genetic abnormality.
abnormally adverb
anormalmente an abnormally large amount of calcium in the blood.
(Definition of abnormal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “abnormal”
in Korean 비정상적인…
in Arabic شاذّ…
in Malaysian tidak normal…
in French anormal…
in Russian ненормальный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 反常的,異常的,變態的(尤指不好的)…
in Italian anormale…
in Turkish garip, anormal, farklı…
in Polish nietypowy, nienormalny…
in Vietnamese khác thường…
in Portuguese anormal…
in Thai ผิดปกติ…
in German anormal…
in Catalan anormal…
in Japanese 異常な, 異様な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反常的,异常的,变态的(尤指不好的)…
in Indonesian tidak normal…
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