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Translation of "eccentric" - English-Turkish dictionary

eccentric

adjective
 
 
/ɪkˈsentrɪk/
behaving in a strange and unusual way
garip/tuhaf/tipik davranan
an eccentric professor eccentric behaviourStrange, suspicious and unnatural
eccentrically adverb
ilginç bir şekilde
eccentricity
 
 
/ˌeksenˈtrɪsəti/ noun [U]
when someone is eccentric
gariplik, tuhaflık
Strange, suspicious and unnatural things and people
Translations of “eccentric”
in Arabic غَريب الأطوار…
in Korean 괴짜인…
in Malaysian aneh laku…
in French excentrique…
in Italian eccentrico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奇怪的, 怪異的,古怪的, 異乎尋常的…
in Russian эксцентричный…
in Polish ekscentryczny…
in Vietnamese lập dị…
in Spanish excéntrico…
in Portuguese excêntrico…
in Thai ผิดปกติ, ประหลาด, เบี้ยว…
in German wunderlich, exzentrisch…
in Catalan excèntric…
in Japanese 変人の…
in Indonesian eksentrik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奇怪的, 怪异的,古怪的, 异乎寻常的…
(Definition of eccentric adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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