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Translation of "irregular" - English-Spanish dictionary

irregular

adjective   /ɪˈreɡ·jə·lər/
B1 not following the general rules in grammar irregular irregular verbs →  Opposite regular
Irregular actions or events happen with a different amount of time between each one. irregular an irregular heartbeat
not smooth or straight, or having parts that are different sizes irregular irregular teeth
(Definition of irregular from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

irregular

adjective /iˈreɡjulə/
not happening etc regularly irregular His attendance at classes was irregular.
not formed smoothly or evenly irregular irregular handwriting.
contrary to rules inadmisible, irregular The way in which the election was carried out was highly irregular.
(in grammar) not formed etc in the normal way irregular irregular verbs.
irregularly adverb
irregularmente
irregularity /-ˈla-/ noun (irregularities)
irregularidad financial irregularities.
(Definition of irregular from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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