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sporadic

adjective /spəˈrædik/
happening at irregular intervals or only in a few places; intermittent
Esporadico
Sporadic showers are forecast for this afternoon Sporadic fighting has broken out in several areas of the country.
sporadically adverb
Esporadicamente
Mobile and land telephone lines are working only sporadically.
Translations of “sporadic”
in Chinese (Traditional) 偶爾發生的, 陣發性的, 斷斷續續的…
in Russian спорадический…
in Turkish ara sıra olan, seyrek, tek tük…
in Chinese (Simplified) 偶尔发生的, 阵发性的, 断断续续的…
in Polish sporadyczny…
(Definition of sporadic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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