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Translation of "extraordinary" - English-Turkish dictionary

extraordinary

adjective     /ɪkˈstrɔːdənəri/
B1 very special, unusual, or strange görülmemiş, alışılmamış, olağan dışı, garip an extraordinary tale of courage She was an extraordinary young woman.Extremely goodUnique and unusualGood, better and best in terms of quality
extraordinarily adverb B2 sıra dışı bir şekilde Their last album was extraordinarily successful.
Translations of “extraordinary”
in Arabic اسْتِثْنائي, فَوْق العَادة…
in Korean 뛰어난…
in Malaysian luar biasa…
in French extraordinaire…
in Italian straordinario…
in Chinese (Traditional) 非凡的, 特別的, 意想不到的…
in Russian необыкновенный, невероятный…
in Polish wyjątkowy…
in Vietnamese phi thường…
in Spanish extraordinario…
in Portuguese extraordinário…
in Thai เกินธรรมดา…
in German außergewöhnlich…
in Catalan extraordinari…
in Japanese 驚くべき…
in Indonesian luar biasa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 非凡的, 特别的, 意想不到的…
(Definition of extraordinary from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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