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miscellaneous

adjective   /ˌmɪs.əlˈeɪ.ni.əs/
consisting of a mixture of various things that are not usually connected with each other heterogéneo, variado miscellaneous household items1884
(Definition of miscellaneous from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

miscellaneous

adjective /misəˈleiniəs/
composed of several kinds; mixed variado a miscellaneous collection of pictures.
miscellany /miˈseləni, (American) ˈmisəleini/ noun ( plural miscellanies)
a collection or mixture of things miscelánea He found a strange miscellany of objects in the drawer.
(Definition of miscellaneous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “miscellaneous”
in Vietnamese pha tạp…
in Malaysian berbagai-bagai…
in Thai เบ็ดเตล็ด…
in French varié, divers…
in German gemischt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 混杂的, 各种各样的…
in Turkish türlü türlü, çeşit çeşit, muhtelif…
in Russian разный, разнородный…
in Indonesian campuran, bermacam-macam…
in Chinese (Traditional) 混雜的, 各種各樣的…
in Polish różny, inny…
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