French translation of 'occasional'
[visit, meeting, appearance] occasionnel(le)
[pain, headache, bout] occasionnel(le)
the occasional ...
I like the occasional drink. J’aime bien boire un verre à l’occasion.
2. [series] exceptionnel(le)
3. (= one or two)
architects, planners, and the occasional sociologist des architectes, des urbanistes et quelques sociologues
Apart from the occasional article, he hadn’t published anything. Mis à part un article de temps en temps, il n’avait rien publié.
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Example Sentences Including 'occasional'
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He rode through the camp, acknowledging the occasional wave from the Hythrun troops.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Which had followed with depressing inevitability, as he'd gathered from her Christmas cards and occasional e-mails.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2001)
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'occasional' in Other Languages
British English: occasional /əˈkeɪʒənl/ ADJECTIVE
Occasional means happening sometimes, but not regularly or often.
I've had occasional mild headaches.
- American English: occasional
- Arabic: مِن وَقْتٍ لِآخَرِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: de vez em quando
- Chinese: 偶尔的
- Croatian: povremen
- Czech: příležitostný
- Danish: lejlighedsvis
- Dutch: incidenteel
- European Spanish: esporádico
- Finnish: satunnainen
- French: occasionnel
- German: gelegentlich
- Greek: περιστασιακός
- Italian: occasionale
- Japanese: 時折の
- Korean: 가끔의
- Norwegian: sporadisk
- Polish: okazyjny
- European Portuguese: de vez em quando
- Romanian: ocazional
- Russian: случайный
- Spanish: esporádico
- Swedish: tillfällig
- Thai: ซึ่งเป็นครั้งคราว
- Turkish: ara sıra
- Ukrainian: випадковий
- Vietnamese: thỉnh thoảng
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