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unusuallyadverb [not gradable]

us   /ʌnˈju·ʒu·ə·li/
in a way or to a degree that is different from what is usual or expected: We had unusually warm weather in December. There is no evidence of unusually high rates of disease.
(Definition of unusually from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “unusually”
in Arabic بِشكل غَير عادي…
in Korean 드물게…
in Portuguese inusitadamente, excepcionalmente…
in Catalan excepcionalment…
in Japanese 異常に, いつになく…
in Chinese (Simplified) 异乎寻常地, 罕有地…
in Chinese (Traditional) 異乎尋常地, 罕有地…
in Italian insolitamente…
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