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Spanish translation of “arbitrary”

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arbitrary

adjective /ˈaːbitrəri/
not decided by rules or laws but by a person’s own opinion
arbitrario
The council made a rather arbitrary decision to close the local library without consulting other people.
arbitrarily adverb
arbitrariamente
The lottery numbers are chosen arbitrarily.
Translations of “arbitrary”
in French arbitraire…
in German willkürlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 偶然, 任意的, 隨機的…
in Russian произвольный…
in Turkish keyfi, isteğe göre düzenlenen, rastgele…
in Chinese (Simplified) 偶然, 任意的, 随机的…
in Polish przypadkowy, arbitralny…
(Definition of arbitrary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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