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uncommon

adjective /anˈkomən/
rare; unusual
raro, poco común
This species of butterfly is becoming increasingly uncommon.
uncommonly adverb very; unusually
raramente
an uncommonly clever person.
Translations of “uncommon”
in Korean 드문…
in Arabic غَير مَألوف…
in French rare…
in Italian insolito, raro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不頻繁的, 罕見的,不常有的…
in Russian редкий, необычный…
in Turkish nadir, ender rastlanır, alışılmamış…
in Polish rzadki, niezwykły…
in Portuguese incomum, inusitado…
in German ungewöhnlich…
in Catalan poc comú…
in Japanese まれな…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不频繁的, 罕见的,不常有的…
(Definition of uncommon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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