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abnormaladjective

uk   /æbˈnɔː.məl/  us   /-ˈnɔːr-/
C1 different from what is usual or average, especially in a way that is bad: abnormal behaviour/weather/conditions Tests revealed some abnormal skin cells.
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abnormally
adverb uk   us   /-i/
The success rate was abnormally high.
Translations of “abnormal”
in Arabic شاذّ…
in Korean 비정상적인…
in Malaysian tidak normal…
in French anormal…
in Turkish garip, anormal, farklı…
in Italian anormale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 反常的,異常的,變態的(尤指不好的)…
in Russian ненормальный…
in Polish nietypowy, nienormalny…
in Vietnamese khác thường…
in Spanish anormal…
in Portuguese anormal…
in Thai ผิดปกติ…
in German anormal…
in Catalan anormal…
in Japanese 異常な, 異様な…
in Indonesian tidak normal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反常的,异常的,变态的(尤指不好的)…
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