Definition of 'extraordinary'
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We, who were the blessed fruit of such an extraordinary tree. GALILEE (2001)Now she put her arms around his neck, and let out a most extraordinary sigh: a sound of complete abandonment. COLDHEART CANYON (2001)For a slight man, he radiated extraordinary physical presence. CHAMELEON (2001)
Now, she was professionally wedded to Alexander and the extraordinary hours he kept. THE RHYTHM SECTION (2001)
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Translations for 'extraordinary'
British English: extraordinary /ɪkˈstrɔːdnrɪ; -dnərɪ/ ADJECTIVE
An extraordinary person or thing has some extremely good or special quality.
...an extraordinary musician.
- American English: extraordinary
- Arabic: اِسْتِثْنَائِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: extraordinário
- Chinese: 非凡的
- Croatian: izvanredan
- Czech: mimořádný
- Danish: ekstraordinær
- Dutch: buitengewoon
- European Spanish: extraordinario raro
- Finnish: erikoislaatuinen
- French: extraordinaire
- German: außerordentlich
- Greek: έκτακτος
- Italian: straordinario
- Japanese: 異常な
- Korean: 비범한
- Norwegian: usedvanlig
- Polish: nadzwyczajny
- European Portuguese: extraordinário
- Romanian: extraordinar
- Russian: выдающийся
- Spanish: extraordinario
- Swedish: utomordentlig
- Thai: ผิดธรรมดา
- Turkish: olağanüstü
- Ukrainian: надзвичайний
- Vietnamese: phi thường
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