Sinónimos de irregular
not occurring at expected or equal intervalsShe was suffering from an irregular heartbeat.
Weather conditions are variable and change from day to day.
You are inconsistent and unpredictable.
the erratic nature of our recent weather
occasional, , ,
I still get the occasional nightmare about the accident.
Our house will remain on shaky foundations unless the architect sorts out the basement.
uneven, , ,
He could hear that her breathing was uneven.
The response to the strike call has been patchy.
The sound of sporadic shooting could still be heard.
After three hours of intermittent rain, the game was abandoned.
The investigation does seem haphazard.
We made some desultory conversation while we waited for the bus.
He drifted off into a fitful sleep.
spasmodic, , ,
My husband's work was so spasmodic.
uneven in shape, position, arrangement, etc.He had bad teeth, irregular and discoloured.
He staggered on the uneven surface of the car park.
the rough broken ground in front of the flats
She made her way across the rough ground.
twisted, , ,
a wry, twisted smile
Everywhere building facades are pitted with bullet holes.
She tore her tights on the ragged edge of a desk.
He gave her a crooked grin.
the unequal power relationships between men and women
jagged black cliffs
bumpy, , , ,
bumpy cobbled streets
a friendly lopsided grin
craggy, , , , ,
The scenery is a mix of wild, craggy mountains and broad valleys.
not conforming to accepted practice or routineThe minister was accused of irregular business practices.
He was known for his unconventional behaviour.
I maintain that I have done nothing improper.
Something odd began to happen.
rare and unusual plants
What an extraordinary thing to happen!
The courts hold that this case is exceptional.
She has a very peculiar sense of humour.
a child with an abnormal fear of strangers
If you ask me, there's something queer going on.
rum (British, slang), ,
It was a rum sort of joke.
Amy's shoes were unsuitable for walking any distance.
Journalists obtained confidential documents in an unorthodox manner.
For years his anomalous behaviour has baffled scientists.
(of troops) not belonging to regular forcesAt least 17 irregular units are involved in the war.
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partisan, , ,
the hide-out of a partisan leader
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in the sense of abnormal
differing from the usual or typicala child with an abnormal fear of strangers
out there (slang),
wacko (slang, old-fashioned),
daggy (Australian, New Zealand, informal)
in the sense of anomalous
different from the normal or usual order or typeFor years his anomalous behaviour has baffled scientists.
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