English translation of 'excêntrico'
excêntricoexcêntrica [eˈsẽtriku, a]
adjective, masculine noun, feminine noun
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'excêntrico' in Other Languages
British English: eccentric /ɪkˈsɛntrɪk/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is eccentric, you mean that they behave in a strange way, and have habits or opinions that are different from those of most people.
He is an eccentric character who likes wearing a beret and dark glasses.
- American English: eccentric
- Arabic: شاذّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: excêntrico
- Chinese: 古怪的
- Croatian: ekscentričan
- Czech: výstřední
- Danish: excentrisk
- Dutch: zonderling
- European Spanish: excéntrico
- Finnish: epätavallinen eksentrinen
- French: excentrique
- German: exzentrisch
- Greek: εκκεντρικός
- Italian: eccentrico
- Japanese: 風変わりな
- Korean: 별난
- Norwegian: eksentrisk
- Polish: ekscentryczny
- European Portuguese: excêntrico
- Romanian: excentric
- Russian: эксцентричный
- Spanish: excéntrico
- Swedish: excentrisk
- Thai: แปลก
- Turkish: eksantrik
- Ukrainian: ексцентричний
- Vietnamese: kỳ dị
British English: crank NOUN
If you call someone a crank, you think their ideas or behaviour are strange.
The man with a new idea is a crank until the idea succeeds.
British English: whimsical ADJECTIVE
A whimsical person or idea is unusual, playful, and unpredictable, rather than serious and practical.
...his offbeat sense of humor, his whimsical side.
Translation of excêntrico from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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