English translation of 'incomum'
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'incomum' in Other Languages
British English: unusual /ʌnˈjuːʒʊəl/ ADJECTIVE
If something is unusual, it does not happen very often or you do not see it or hear it very often.
It's very unusual for him to make a mistake.
- American English: unusual
- Arabic: غَيْرُ عَادِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: incomum
- Chinese: 不寻常的
- Croatian: neobičan
- Czech: neobvyklý
- Danish: usædvanlig
- Dutch: ongewoon
- European Spanish: inusual
- Finnish: epätavallinen
- French: inhabituel
- German: ungewöhnlich
- Greek: ασυνήθιστος
- Italian: insolito
- Japanese: 普通でない
- Korean: 유별난
- Norwegian: uvanlig
- Polish: niezwykły
- European Portuguese: incomum
- Romanian: neobișnuit
- Russian: необычный
- Spanish: inusual
- Swedish: ovanlig
- Thai: ผิดปรกติ
- Turkish: alışılmadık
- Ukrainian: незвичайний
- Vietnamese: khác thường
British English: freak ADJECTIVE
A freak event or action is one that is a very unusual or extreme example of its type.
He broke his leg in a freak accident playing golf.
British English: uncommon ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as uncommon, you mean that it does not happen often or is not often seen.
This type of cancer in young women is uncommon.
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