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random

adjective /ˈrӕndəm/
done etc without any particular plan or system; irregular
aleatorio, casual; sin orden
The opinion poll was based on a random sample of adults.
randomly adverb
al azar
The lottery numbers are randomly chosen by a machine.
at random without any particular plan or system
al azar
The police were stopping cars at random and checking their brakes Choose a number at random.
(Definition of random from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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