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occasional

adjective
 
 
/əˈkeɪʒənəl/
not happening often: He still plays the occasional game of football.Rarely and infrequently
occasionally adverb B2 They only meet occasionally.
Translations of “occasional”
in Korean 가끔의…
in Arabic عَرَضي…
in Portuguese esporádico…
in Catalan esporàdic…
in Japanese たまの…
in Italian sporadico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 偶爾的, 不經常的…
in Russian случающийся иногда, нерегулярный…
in Turkish ara sıra olan, fırsat düştükçe yapılan, seyrek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 偶尔的, 不经常的…
in Polish sporadyczny…
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