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Translation of "quirk" - English-Spanish dictionary

quirk

noun   /kwɜːk/
an unusual habit or part of someone’s personality, or something that is strange and unexpected singularidad, casualidades, peculiaridad You have to get used to other people’s quirks and foibles. There is a quirk in the rules that allows you to invest money without paying tax. By some strange quirk/By an odd quirk of fate (= unexpectedly), we ended up on the same train.20961795
(Definition of quirk from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

quirk

noun /kwəːk/
a strange or unusual feature of a person’s behaviour/behavior etc peculiaridad I had become familiar with all his little quirks By a quirk of fate, we met on a train.
(Definition of quirk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “quirk”
in Vietnamese tật…
in Malaysian sifat aneh…
in Thai พฤติกรรมแปลก ๆ…
in French excentricité…
in German die Eigenart…
in Chinese (Simplified) 怪癖, 古怪之处…
in Turkish garip davranış, acayip huy…
in Russian причуда…
in Indonesian peri laku aneh…
in Chinese (Traditional) 怪癖, 古怪之處…
in Polish dziwactwo…
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