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Translation of "special" - English-Spanish dictionary

special

adjective /ˈspeʃəl/
out of the ordinary; unusual or exceptional especial, extraordinario a special occasion a special friend. appointed, arranged, designed etc for a particular purpose específico, particular a special messenger a special tool for drilling holes. specialist noun a person who makes a very deep study of one branch of a subject or field especialista Dr Brown is a heart specialist. speciality noun ( plural specialities, specialties) ( specialty) a special product for which one is well-known especialidad Brown bread is this baker’s speciality. a special activity, or subject about which one has special knowledge especialidad His speciality is physics. specialize verb ( (also specialiseBritish)) (usually with in) go give one’s attention (to), work (in), or study (a particular job, subject etc) especializarse He specializes in fixing computers. specialization noun ( (also specialisationBritish)) especialidad Her specialization is obstetrics. specialized adjective ( (also specialisedBritish)) (of knowledge, skills etc) of the accurate detailed kind obtained by specializing especializado You need specialized knowledge and training to do this job. specially adverb with one particular purpose especialmente I picked these flowers specially for you a splendid cake, specially made for the occasion. particularly; exceptionally particularmente He’s a nice child, but not specially clever. special needs noun plural the needs of people who have mental or physical disabilities Necesidades Especiales a school for children with special needs.
(Definition of special from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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