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incident

noun /ˈinsidənt/
an event or happening
incidente, suceso
There was a strange incident in the supermarket today.
incidental /-ˈden-/ adjective occurring etc by chance in connection with something else
fortuito, casual
an incidental remark.
accompanying (something) but not forming part of it
de acompañamiento, de fondo
He wrote the incidental music for the play.
incidentally /-ˈden-/ adverb by the way
a propósito
Incidentally, where were you last night?
Translations of “incident”
in Arabic حادِث…
in Korean 사건, 사고…
in Malaysian kejadian…
in French incident…
in Turkish olay, vaka, hadise…
in Italian episodio, incidente…
in Chinese (Traditional) (不愉快或不尋常的)事件…
in Russian случай, происшествие…
in Polish wydarzenie, incydent, zajście…
in Vietnamese sự kiện…
in Portuguese incidente…
in Thai เหตุการณ์…
in German der Vorfall…
in Catalan incident…
in Japanese 出来事, 事故…
in Indonesian kejadian…
in Chinese (Simplified) (不愉快或不寻常的)事件…
(Definition of incident from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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