Translation of atypical in Spanish:


atípico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌeɪˈtɪpək(ə)l/ /eɪˈtɪpɪk(ə)l/ /aˈtɪpɪk(ə)l/


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    • Except in the most atypical and extreme cases, women are never truly proud of promiscuity.
    • Such isolated examples would be atypical and quite misleading.
    • But I have to admit that my circumstances are unusual and my reaction is probably atypical.
    • Far from complaining about the atypical venues, they rather enjoy them.
    • I've long ago learnt that the breed I encountered today is atypical.
    • However, he seems to recognize that his own experiences are atypical.
    • There are a number of other causes of atypical pneumonia.
    • Perhaps my recent attack of apathy isn't so atypical after all.
    • Pain in the abdomen below the last rib especially while walking or lifting weight is called atypical angina.
    • But then again, just about everything about this remarkable woman is atypical.
    • Many of the specimens were examples of typical things, but some were atypical.
    • This is not atypical of the way media treats any specialist pursuit.
    • It was in many ways, an atypical childhood, but he would just look at you blankly if you said that to him.
    • Her atypical behaviour and progressive music meant that she fell out with the record company.
    • They are not sure what the organism is but it may be an atypical mycobacterium, which is peculiar to India.
    • Persistence of atypical organisms has also been documented after clinical cure.
    • Contrary to its name, atypical depression is one of the most prevalent forms of the disorder.
    • A liver biopsy may be necessary if the diagnosis is unclear or if there are atypical features.
    • If you've visited more than a few schools, you know this picture is not atypical.
    • This indicates that for a long time successful people were those who were slightly atypical in their culture.
    • This was probably one of the best of its kind, but it was by no means atypical.