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Translation of "unusually" - English-Turkish dictionary

unusually

adverb
 
 
/ʌnˈjuːʒuəli/
unusually big/strong/good, etc B2 bigger/stronger/better, etc than is normal
olmadık şekilde, alışılmamış, olağanüstü şekilde
unusually warm weatherUnique and unusualGood, better and best in terms of quality
unusually for sb in a way that is not usual for someone
anormal şekilde, yadırganacak biçimde, şaşılacak şekilde
Unusually for me, I actually couldn't finish my meal.Unique and unusualGood, better and best in terms of quality
Translations of “unusually”
in Korean 드물게…
in Arabic بِشكل غَير عادي…
in Portuguese inusitadamente, excepcionalmente…
in Catalan excepcionalment…
in Japanese 異常に, いつになく…
in Italian insolitamente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 異乎尋常地, 罕有地…
in Chinese (Simplified) 异乎寻常地, 罕有地…
(Definition of unusually from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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