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Spanish translation of “unusual”

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unusual

adjective /anˈjuːʒuəl/
not usual; rare; uncommon
raro, poco común, inhabitual
It is unusual for him to arrive late He has an unusual job.
unusually adverb
fuera de lo habitual, excepcionalmente
She is unusually cheerful today.
Translations of “unusual”
in Korean 흔치 않은…
in Arabic غَيْر عادي…
in French exceptionnel…
in Italian insolito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不同尋常的,非比一般的, 獨特的…
in Russian необычный…
in Turkish ender, nadir, alışık olunmayan…
in Polish niezwykły…
in Portuguese inusitado, incomum…
in German ungewöhnlich…
in Catalan inusual…
in Japanese 珍しい, 変わった…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不同寻常的,非比一般的, 独特的…
(Definition of unusual from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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