HyperDic: ordinario

Español > 10 sentidos de la palabra ordinario:
ADJETIVOallordinarionot exceptional in any way especially in quality or ability or size or degree
allordinario, común, corrientewithin normal everyday experience
allordinario, basto, bruto, rudo, soez, tosco, vulgarlacking refinement or cultivation or taste
allordinario, basto, vulgarconspicuously and tastelessly indecent
allordinario, común, plebeyo, vulgarof or associated with the great masses of people
allordinario, aburrido, vulgarnot challenging / challenging
allordinario, común, vernacular, vernáculo, vulgarbeing or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language
allordinario, corriente, justo, mediano, mediocre, regularlacking exceptional quality or ability
allordinario, común, vulgarof low or inferior quality or value
NOMBREperson ordinarioa clergyman appointed to prepare condemned prisoners for death
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Sentidonot exceptional in any way especially in quality or ability or size or degree.
Cualidad decotidianidadThe quality of being commonplace and ordinary
Específicoaburridolacking distinct / distinct / distinct or individual characteristics / characteristics
común, corriente, indistinguible, insignificante, normalnot special in any way
corriente, justo, mediano, mediocre, ordinario, regularLacking exceptional quality or ability
cotidiana, cotidiano, diaria, diarioFound in the ordinary course of events
indiferente, pasable, regularNeither good nor bad
Tambiéncomún, habitual, normal, usualOccurring or encountered or experienced or observed frequently or in accordance with regular practice or procedure
comúnHaving no special distinction or quality
Contrarioextraordinaria, extraordinarioBeyond what is ordinary or usual / usual
Inglésordinary
NombrescotidianidadThe quality of being commonplace and ordinary
Adverbioscomúnmente, corrientemente, cotidianamente, de costumbre, diariamente, generalmente, habitualmente, mundanamente, normalmente, ordinariamente, popularmente, predeciblemente, rutinariamente, usualmenteUnder normal conditions
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SentidoWithin normal everyday experience; common and ordinary; not strange.
Sinónimoscomún, corriente
Específicocomúncommonly encountered
Contrariocurioso, extraño, insólito, inusitado, inusual, rarodefinitely out of the ordinary and unexpected
Inglésfamiliar
Cataláncomú, corrent, familiar, ordinari
Nombresfamiliaridadusualness by virtue of being familiar or well known
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Sentidolacking refinement or cultivation or taste.
Sinónimosbasto, bruto, rudo, soez, tosco, vulgar
Generalbasto, rudo, tosco(used of persons and their behavior) not refined
Ingléscoarse, common, rough-cut, uncouth, vulgar
Catalánbast, ordinari, poc educat, rude, tosc, vulgar
Nombresbastedad, chabacanería, grosería, ordinariez, tosquedad, vulgaridad, zafiedadThe quality of lacking taste and refinement
cerrilismo, incultura, ramplonería, rusticidad, zafiedadinelegance by virtue of being an uncouth boor
Verbosvulgarizardebase and make vulgar
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Sentidoconspicuously and tastelessly indecent.
Sinónimosbasto, vulgar
GeneralindecenteOffensive to good taste especially in sexual matters
Ingléscrude, earthy, gross, vulgar
Catalánbaix, ordinari, vulgar
Nombresbastedad, chabacanería, grosería, ordinariez, tosquedad, vulgaridad, zafiedadThe quality of lacking taste and refinement
descortesía, grosería, ordinariez, vulgariedadAn impolite manner that is vulgar and lacking tact or refinement
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SentidoOf or associated with the great masses of people.
Sinónimoscomún, plebeyo, vulgar
Generalde baja cuna, de humilde cunaOf humble birth or origins
Ingléscommon, plebeian, vulgar, unwashed
Cataláncomú, ordinari, plebeu, vulgar
Nombrespechero, plebe, plebeyoOne of the common people
Verbospopularizar, vulgarizarcater to popular taste to make popular and present to the general public
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Sentidonot challenging / challenging; dull and lacking excitement.
Sinónimosaburrido, vulgar
Generalpoco excitante, tranquilizantenot exciting
Ingléscommonplace, humdrum, prosaic, unglamorous, unglamourous
Nombresprosamatter of fact, commonplace, or dull expression
prosaísmocommonplaceness as a consequence of being humdrum and not exciting
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SentidoBeing or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language.
Sinónimoscomún, vernacular, vernáculo, vulgar
GeneralinformalUsed of spoken and written language
Ingléscommon, vernacular, vulgar
Cataláncomú, ordinari, vernacle, vernacular, vulgar
Nombrescotidianidadordinariness as a consequence of being frequent and commonplace
dialecto, lengua vernácula, vernáculoThe everyday speech of the people (as distinguished from literary / literary language)
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SentidoLacking exceptional quality or ability.
Sinónimoscorriente, justo, mediano, mediocre, regular
Generalordinarionot exceptional in any way especially in quality or ability or size or degree
Inglésaverage, fair, mediocre, middling
Cataláncorrent, mediocre, ordinari, regular
Nombresmediocridadordinariness as a consequence of being average and not outstanding
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SentidoOf low or inferior quality or value.
Sinónimoscomún, vulgar
GeneralinferiorOf low or inferior quality
Ingléscoarse, common
Cataláncomú, ordinari, vulgar
Nombresbastedad, chabacanería, grosería, ordinariez, tosquedad, vulgaridad, zafiedadThe quality of lacking taste and refinement
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SentidoA clergyman appointed to prepare condemned prisoners for death.
Generalclérigo, eclesiástico, pastor, reverendo, sacerdoteA member of the clergy and a spiritual leader of the Christian Church
Inglésordinary

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