Definition of 'exotic'
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It was taken to an exotic pet rescue centre. The Sun (2017)Most of us have an exotic plant that will need some protection to get it through the next few months. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Go for special and limited editions, as well as exotic skins. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Rather than merely selling cars, many luxury car manufacturers are offering experiences to enjoy the vehicles in exotic locations around the globe. Times, Sunday Times (2017)MEN considering having an affair are more likely to splash out on exotic foods, researchers found. The Sun (2016)The garden includes a conservatory for growing exotic plants. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Each manufacturer has an exotic name for its own school of digital trickery. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some of the cash was used to buy exotic pets. The Sun (2011)They are cooked and sold as exotic food. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The scenes depicted in its glossy pages seemed powerfully exotic compared to her own life. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ideal for an exotic garden and very happy in deep shade. Times, Sunday Times (2015)How many exotic plants can you pack into a quarter of an acre? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Any tricks of the trade for dealing with exotic names? Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is not known if they were to be sold on or kept as exotic pets. The Sun (2011)It was hard to do exotic food in the basement kitchen. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But both brights and colour blocking can seem really exotic on a man. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But the fad for exotic pets is now under threat. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Both seem equally exotic if you live down here. The Times Literary Supplement (2008)But the unusually warm summer has brought a hint of the exotic to gardens and farms across the country. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Each year tens of thousands of people fly to exotic locations to experience the joy of swimming with captured dolphins. The Sun (2009)What made his exotic garden so different from the others appearing at that time was that it was lived in. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The number of hotels and shopping centres grew and the most exotic and beautiful areas of the island became exclusive tourist resorts. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale (2007)Summer is the season for these beautiful, exotic and mysterious clouds. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Talk moves to what he loves to do most: scuba dive in exotic locations. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is beautiful, exotic and good value. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You'll find a host of exotic plants growing in the grounds. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You can sample new food in an exotic location and make some surprise long-term plans. The Sun (2014)He took a group of hopeful women to exotic locations, vetting them as potential life partners. Times, Sunday Times (2014)LIVING up to an exotic name is a potential nightmare, especially for a small car. The Sun (2011)Crab meat marries well with the crisp textures of cucumber, celery and fennel, as well as more exotic flavours such as mango and papaya. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'exotic'
British English: exotic /ɪɡˈzɒtɪk/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is exotic is unusual and interesting, usually because it comes from another country.
The house has a garden with exotic plants.
- American English: exotic
- Arabic: أَجْنَبِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: exótico
- Chinese: 异国情调的
- Croatian: egzotičan
- Czech: exotický
- Danish: eksotisk
- Dutch: exotisch
- European Spanish: exótico
- Finnish: eksoottinen
- French: exotique
- German: exotisch
- Greek: εξωτικός
- Italian: esotico
- Japanese: エキゾチックな
- Korean: 이국적인
- Norwegian: eksotisk
- Polish: egzotyczny
- European Portuguese: exótico
- Romanian: exotic
- Russian: экзотический
- Spanish: exótico
- Swedish: exotisk
- Thai: มาจากประเทศอื่น
- Turkish: egzotik
- Ukrainian: екзотичний
- Vietnamese: lạ
Definition of exotic from the Collins English Dictionary
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