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extraordinary
ɪk'strɔːr,dənɛriː
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. (of an official) serving an unusual or special function in addition to those of the regular officials.
  2. Far more than usual or expected.
  3. Beyond what is ordinary or usual; highly unusual or exceptional or remarkable.
Hyphenationex•traor•di•nar•y
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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非常fēichángvery; very much; unusual; extraordinary
特别tèbiéespecially; special; particular; unusual
非凡的fēifán deextraordinary
非凡fēifánout of the ordinary; unusually (good, talented etc)
出奇chūqíextraordinary; exceptional; unusual
邪乎xiéhuextraordinary; severe; exaggerated; overstated; fantastic; incredible
guī(semi-precious stone); extraordinary
异乎寻常yì hū xúnchángunusual; extraordinary
隽楚juànchǔoutstanding; extraordinary; preeminent
不含糊bù hánhuunambiguous; unequivocal; explicit; prudent; cautious; not negligent; unafraid; unhesitating; really good; extraordinary
卓绝zhuójuéunsurpassed; extreme; extraordinary
咄咄怪事duōduō guàishìstrange; absurd; paradoxical; extraordinary
峥嵘zhēngróngtowering; lofty and steep (mountains); extraordinary; outstanding
了不起liǎo bù qǐamazing; terrific; extraordinary
特殊tèshūspecial; particular; unusual; extraordinary
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