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Translation of "rare" - English-Spanish dictionary

rare

adjective   /reər/
B1 very unusual raro, poco común a rare disease It’s very rare to see these birds in winter.
If meat is rare, it is still red because it has only been cooked for a short time. crudo a rare steak898
rareness noun [no plural] /ˈreə·nəs/
rareza
(Definition of rare from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rare

adjective /ˈreə/
not done, found, seen etc very often; uncommon raro, poco común a rare flower a rare occurrence.
(of meat) only slightly cooked poco hecho I like my steak rare.
rareness noun
rareza The rareness of this stamp increases its value.
rarely adverb
not often raramente I rarely go to bed before midnight.
rarity noun
the state of being uncommon rareza The rarity of this coin is what makes it so valuable.
(plural rarities) something which is uncommon rareza This stamp is quite a rarity.
(Definition of rare from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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