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Translation of "particular" - English-Spanish dictionary

particular

adjective   /pəˈtɪk·jə·lər/
used to talk about one thing or person and not others particular, concreto Is there any particular restaurant you’d like to go to? ‘Why did you ask?’ ‘No particular reason.’
special especial ‘Was anything important said at the meeting?’ ‘Nothing of particular interest.’
in particular
B1 especially en particular Are you looking for anything in particular?
(Definition of particular from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

particular

adjective /pəˈtikjulə/
of a single definite person, thing etc thought of separately from all others particular, especial this particular man/problem.
more than ordinary especial, particular Please take particular care of this letter.
difficult to please especial, exigente He is very particular about his food.
particularly adverb
more than usually especialmente, en especial, en particular He was particularly pleased to see his brother.
particulars noun plural
facts or details detalles, pormenores You must give them all the particulars about the accident.
in particular
more than others en particular I liked this book in particular.
(Definition of particular from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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