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Translation of "particular" - English-Russian dictionary

particular

adjective
 
 
/pəˈtɪkjələr/
ONE PERSON/THING [always before noun] B2 used to talk about one thing or person and not others
конкретный, особенный
Is there any particular restaurant you'd like to go to? "Why did you ask?" "No particular reason."Particular and individual
SPECIAL [always before noun] B2 special
особый, заслуживающий внимания
"Was anything important said at the meeting?" "Nothing of particular interest."Particular and individual
NOT EASILY SATISFIED [never before noun] choosing things carefully and not easily satisfied
привередливый
Teenagers are very particular about the clothes they'll wear.Wanting everything to be right
in particular B1 especially
в особенности
Are you looking for anything in particular?Particular and individual
(Definition of particular from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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