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The result is slightly miscellaneous and repetitive. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)For the texts here collected might seem somewhat miscellaneous. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)No longer a place just for hiding disused tools and miscellaneous junk, it can be a standalone design feature or positioned to blend into your plot. Times, Sunday Times (2009)These expenses, along with any other miscellaneous deductions are subject to a further reduction of 2 percent of his adjusted gross income. Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: miscellaneous /ˌmɪsəˈleɪnɪəs/ ADJECTIVE
A miscellaneous group consists of many different kinds of things or people that are difficult to put into a particular category.
...miscellaneous stories from around the world.
- American English: miscellaneous
- Arabic: مُتَنَوِعٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: misto
- Chinese: 杂项的
- Croatian: razni
- Czech: rozmanitý
- Danish: blandet
- Dutch: gemengd
- European Spanish: variado diverso
- Finnish: sekalainen
- French: divers
- German: verschieden
- Greek: ποικίλος
- Italian: eterogeneo
- Japanese: 雑多な
- Korean: 갖가지 잡다한
- Norwegian: diverse
- Polish: rozmaity
- European Portuguese: misto
- Romanian: divers
- Russian: разнообразный
- Spanish: variado
- Swedish: blandad
- Thai: เบ็ดเตล็ด
- Turkish: çeşitli
- Ukrainian: неоднорідний
- Vietnamese: linh tinh
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