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exotic

adjective /iɡˈzotik/
unusual or colourful/colorful
exótico
exotic clothes.
brought or introduced from a foreign country
exótico
exotic plants.
Translations of “exotic”
in Korean 이국적인…
in Arabic غَريب, نادِر…
in French exotique…
in Italian esotico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 異國風情的,外國情調的, 奇異的…
in Russian экзотический…
in Turkish alışılmışın dışında, yabancı, ekzotik…
in Polish egzotyczny…
in Portuguese exótico…
in German exotisch, ausländisch…
in Catalan exòtic…
in Japanese エキゾチックな…
in Chinese (Simplified) 异国风情的,外国情调的, 奇异的…
(Definition of exotic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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