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idiosyncrasy

noun /(British ) ˌidiouˈsiŋkrəsi; (American) ˌidiːəˈsiŋkrəsiː/ ( plural idiosyncrasies)
an unusual way of behaving or thinking that is peculiar to a particular person
idiosincracia
You’ll soon get used to his little idiosyncrasies.
an unusual or peculiar feature of something
idiosincracia
the idiosyncrasies of the English language.
idiosyncratic /ˌidiousiŋˈkrætik/ adjective
idiosincrásico
her idiosyncratic habits.
Translations of “idiosyncrasy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 癖好,怪癖, 特徵…
in Chinese (Simplified) 癖好,怪癖, 特征…
(Definition of idiosyncrasy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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