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eclectic

adjective /iˈklektik/
choosing the best ideas, people, or things from a wide variety of sources
ecléctico
His music is an eclectic mix of jazz styles from New Orleans to Miles Davis.
eclectically adverb
eclécticamente
It is recommended that teachers use these learning materials eclectically.
eclecticism noun
eclecticismo
(Definition of eclectic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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