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Spanish translation of “individual”

individual

adjective /indiˈvidjuəl/
single; separate
individual; separado
Put price labels on each individual item.
intended for, used by etc one person etc
individual, personal
Customers in shops should be given individual attention.
special to one person etc, showing or having special qualities Her style of dress is very individual. individuality /-ˈӕ-/ noun the qualities that distinguish one person etc from others
individualidad
Teachers must take account of the individuality of each student.
individually adverb each separately
individualmente
I’ll deal with each question individually.
(Definition of individual from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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