uncommon

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{s} alışılmamış
{s} sıradışı

Çoktan seçmeli testler sıradışı değildir. - Multiple-choice tests are not uncommon.

az bulunur
acayip
yaygın olmayan
seyrek
olağandışı
nadir

Tom onun çok nadir olduğunu söyledi. - Tom said that's very uncommon.

Bu o kadar nadir değil. - It's not all that uncommon.

olağanüstü
fevkalade
uncommonlynadiren
müstesna
olağanüstü/nadir
olağanüstü olarak
azrak
gayritabii
rare
hafif/az pişmiş/nadir
uncommonly
olağandışı olarak
rare
{s} bulunmaz
rare
kanlı (et)
rare
(Gıda) az pişmiş et
rare
nadide
rare
türüne az rastlanan
rare
türüne az rastlanır
uncommonly
çok
rare
(et) az pişmiş
rare
süper
rare
seyrek

O seyrek olarak kiliseye gider. - He rarely goes to church.

uncommonly
olağandışı
rare
{s} nadir

Emekli olur olmaz insanlar seni nadiren görmeye gelirler. - People rarely come to see you once you are retired.

Nadiren radyo dinlerim. - I rarely listen to the radio.

uncommonness
olağandışılık
rare
ender,seyrek
rare
rareness nadirlik
rare
harika
rare
müthiş
rare
yoğun olmayan rareearth metal nadir toprak elementi
rare
seyrek olarak

O seyrek olarak kiliseye gider. - He rarely goes to church.

uncommonly
nadiren
uncommonly
olağanüstü bir şekilde
uncommonly
olağanüstü olarak/nadiren
uncommonness
{i} alışılmamış olma
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
rare; not readily found; unusual

Bald eagles are an uncommon sighting in this state.

remarkable; exceptional

The diamond was of uncommon size.

rare
{a} not frequent, unusual, rare, odd
> 1/1,000 and < 1/100 (> 0 1% and < 1 %)
To birders and ornithologists, a bird species which might be seen in a given locale at levels of no more than five birds daily; 5 to 25 times over the course of a season by an active observer Somewhat less commonly occurring species are termed Rare
marked by an uncommon quality; especially superlative or extreme of its kind; "what is so rare as a day in June"-J R Lowell; "a rare skill"; "an uncommon sense of humor"; "she was kind to an uncommon degree"
Not common; unusual; infrequent; rare; hence, remarkable; strange; as, an uncommon season; an uncommon degree of cold or heat; uncommon courage
not common or ordinarily encountered; unusually great in amount or remarkable in character or kind; "uncommon birds"; "frost and floods are uncommon during these months"; "doing an uncommon amount of business"; "an uncommon liking for money"; "he owed his greatest debt to his mother's uncommon character and ability"
{s} not common; rare, unusual; exceptional
Occurs infrequently in the region (Steen and Roberts 1988)
If you describe a quality, usually a good quality, as uncommon, you mean that it is unusually great in degree or amount. Both are blessed with uncommon ability to fix things She read Cecelia's last letter with uncommon interest. = unusual + uncommonly un·com·mon·ly Mary was uncommonly good at tennis. rare or unusual
If you describe something as uncommon, you mean that it does not happen often or is not often seen. Cancer of the breast in young women is uncommon A 15-year lifespan is not uncommon for a dog. = unusual common
A card that is more common than a common card but less common than a rare Uncommon cards are denoted by a diamond in the bottom righthand corner of the card
infrequent
uncommonly
To an uncommon degree, unusually or extremely

A common remedy is uncommonly difficult to find.

uncommonly
{a} extraordinary
uncommonly
{a} extraordinarily
uncommonly
{a} in an uncommon manner
uncommonness
{n} an uncommon manner
uncommonly
exceptionally; "a common remedy is uncommonly difficult to find
uncommonly
exceptionally; "a common remedy is uncommonly difficult to find"
uncommonly
in an uncommon manner, unusually; rarely; exceptionally
uncommonly
very
uncommonness
{i} state of not being common; rareness, unusualness; oddness; originality, uniqueness
uncommonness
The degree to which something is uncommon
uncommonness
extraordinariness as a consequence of being rare and uncommon
uncommon
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