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peculiarly

adverb
 
 
/pɪˈkjuːliəli/
TYPICAL in a way that is typical of someone or something: a peculiarly American sense of humourParticular and individual
STRANGE in a strange way: The birds were peculiarly quiet just before the earthquake.Strange, suspicious and unnatural
Translations of “peculiarly”
in Chinese (Traditional) 非常, 特別,尤其…
in Russian характерно, странно, необычно…
in Turkish tipik, özellikle, acayip/tuhaf bir şekilde…
in Chinese (Simplified) 非常, 特别,尤其…
in Polish specyficznie, dziwnie…
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