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rare
r(ə)r
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not widely distributed.
  2. Not widely known; especially valued for its uncommonness.
  3. (of meat) cooked a short time; still red inside.
  4. Recurring only at long intervals.
  5. Marked by an uncommon quality; especially superlative or extreme of its kind.
  6. Having low density.
Hyphenationrare
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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鲜有xiānyǒurare
(same as ) rare, to hope; to expect
珍稀zhēnxīrare; precious and uncommon
罕见hǎnjiànrare; rarely seen
rare; uncommon; watery; sparse
三分熟sānfēn shúcooked three minutes; rare (of steak)
不可多得bùkě duōděihard to come by; rare
奇绝qíjuéstrange; rare; bizarre
稀少xīshǎosparse; rare
xiǎnfew; rare
名贵míngguìfamous and valuable; rare; precious
难得nándéseldom; rare; hard to come by
zhēnprecious thing; treasure; culinary delicacy; rare; valuable; to value highly
wěi(reddish jade); precious; rare
excellent; precious; rare; fine; (used in given names)
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