HyperDic: rareza

Español > 6 sentidos de la palabra rareza:
NOMBREattributerareza, desconocimiento, extrañezaunusualness as a consequence of not being well known
artifactrareza, curiosidad, peculiaridad, singularidadsomething unusual -- perhaps worthy of collecting
attributerareza, extrañezathe quality of being alien or not native
attributerareza, enrarecimiento, infrecuencia, raridad, singularidadnoteworthy scarcity
attributerareza, excentricidad, peculiaridad, peculiar, singularidada strange attitude or habit
attributerarezaeccentricity that is not easily explained
Español > rareza: 6 sentidos > nombre 1, attribute
Sentidounusualness as a consequence of not being well known.
Sinónimosdesconocimiento, extrañeza
Cualidadesextranjero, extraño, foráneo, forasterorelating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world
Específicoanomalíamarked strangeness as a consequence of being abnormal
excentricidadstrange and unconventional behavior
excentricidad, peculiaridad, peculiar, rareza, singularidadA strange attitude or habit
extravaganciastrikingly out of the ordinary
singularidadstrangeness by virtue of being remarkable or unusual
Contrariofamiliaridadusualness by virtue of being familiar or well known
Inglésunfamiliarity, strangeness
Catalándesconeixement, extranyesa
Adjetivocurioso, extraño, insólito, inusitado, inusual, rarodefinitely out of the ordinary and unexpected
desconocido, extraño, poco familiarnot known or well known
Español > rareza: 6 sentidos > nombre 2, artifact
SentidoSomething unusual -- perhaps worthy of collecting.
Sinónimoscuriosidad, peculiaridad, singularidad
Específicochuchería, curiosidades, fusleríaMiscellaneous curios
pieza de colecciónThe outstanding item (the prize piece or main exhibit) in a collection
Generalcosa, objeto físico, objeto inanimado, objetoA tangible and visible entity
Ingléscurio, curiosity, oddity, oddment, peculiarity, rarity
Cataláncuriositat, peculiaritat, raresa, singularitat
Adjetivocurioso, extraño, inusual, original, peculiar, raro, singularBeyond or deviating from the usual or expected
escaso, raromarked by an uncommon quality
Español > rareza: 6 sentidos > nombre 3, attribute
SentidoThe quality of being alien or not native.
Sinónimoextrañeza
Cualidadesextranjero, extraño, foráneo, forasterorelating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world
Específicoalienismo, extranjeríaThe quality of being alien
exotismoThe quality of being exotic
Generalcalidad, cualidadAn essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone
Inglésforeignness, strangeness, curiousness
Catalánestranyesa, raresa
Adjetivoajeno, extrínseconot contained in or deriving from the essential nature of something
curioso, extraño, inusual, original, peculiar, raro, singularBeyond or deviating from the usual or expected
Español > rareza: 6 sentidos > nombre 4, attribute
Sentidonoteworthy scarcity.
Sinónimosenrarecimiento, infrecuencia, raridad, singularidad
Generalapretura, carestía, escasez, exigüidad, falta, parvedadA small and inadequate amount
Inglésrarity, rareness, infrequency
Catalánestranyesa, raresa
Adjetivoinfrecuentenot frequent
rarorecurring only at long intervals
raronot widely distributed
Español > rareza: 6 sentidos > nombre 5, attribute
SentidoA strange attitude or habit.
Sinónimosexcentricidad, peculiaridad, peculiar, singularidad
Generaldesconocimiento, extrañeza, rarezaunusualness as a consequence of not being well known
Inglésoddity, queerness, quirk, quirkiness, crotchet
Catalánpeculiaritat
Adjetivoarisco, esquivo, gruñón, gruñona, hosco, predispuesta, predispuestoHaving a difficult and contrary disposition
atrevido, estrafalario, extravagante, originalinformal terms
curioso, extraño, inusual, original, peculiar, raro, singularBeyond or deviating from the usual or expected
Español > rareza: 6 sentidos > nombre 6, attribute
Sentidoeccentricity that is not easily explained.
Generalexcentricidadstrange and unconventional behavior
Inglésoddity, oddness
Catalánraresa
Adjetivoraronot easily explained

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