Translation for 'unusually' from English to Russian
SYNO outstandingly | remarkably | unco | ...
необычно {adv}unusually
необыкновенно {adv}unusually
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Translation for 'unusually' from English to Russian

необычно {adv}

необыкновенно {adv}
Usage Examples English
  • Sorunda church is an unusually large, medieval church.
  • Although the voltage is unusually high, the short-circuit current is unusually low.
  • A later reconstruction by Tim White showed a broad iliac flare and a definite anterior wrap, indicating that Lucy had an unusually broad inner acetabular distance and unusually long superior pubic rami.
  • speculated about why it has lasted unusually long, instead of ending in the early 1990s.
  • Vehicles involved in Oversize load transport display markings warning other road users that the vehicle's load may exceed the marked lane's width, unusually long, or tall.

  • It was an unusually large aircraft for its type, able to seat six people (including the pilot) and, also unusually in a homebuilt plane, powered by a turboprop engine.
  • The spectrum of HD 133880 matches a B8 subgiant, but with unusually strong absorption lines of some metals, making it a member of the chemically peculiar Ap/Bp star class.
  • The tsunami produced unusually long basin oscillations, persisting for over a day after the earthquake.
  • carlei" has unusually long spinnerets, and a flat and broadened carapace.
  • This swarm of wildfires was exacerbated by unusually powerful and long-lasting Santa Ana winds, as well as large amounts of dry vegetation, due to a then-far unusually dry rainy season thus far.

  • Recruiting practices aimed at attracting athletes who are unusually tall or who have an unusually wide arm span (characteristics of Marfan syndrome) can increase the prevalence of the syndrome within sports such as basketball and volleyball.
  • But every few years, the winters become unusually warm or unusually cold, or the frequency of hurricanes increases or decreases, and the pattern sets in for an indeterminate period.
  • In 1969 Mogi proposed a hypothesis for earthquake prediction, now known as the 'Mogi doughnut hypothesis', that major earthquakes tend to occur in an unusually seismically calm area surrounded by a ring of unusually high seismic activity.
  • Unusually high eyelid heights can make the results of an original eyelid revision procedure appear unnatural.
  • In agriculture, a bumper crop is a crop that has yielded an unusually productive harvest.

  • Ambodivahibe Marine Reserve is a new marine protected area that was identified during a marine Rapid assessment (RAP) in the north-east of Madagascar as an unusually rich zone for marine biodiversity.
  • The plan and roof forms are unusually complex. The house's style is a mixture of Queen Anne and Italianate style, unusually expressed in brick.
  • The series followed the standard format of BBC Dramas of the time; shooting locations on 16" film with studio VT for the interiors. Unusually foreign location filming was undertaken for many episodes; Malta (standing in for several countries) and Germany.
  • "Fram" is a three-masted schooner with a total length of [...] and width of [...]. The ship is both unusually wide and unusually shallow in order to better withstand the forces of pressing ice.
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