Complete Definition of "extraordinary"

English

Etymology
Latin extraordinarius, from extra ordinem, "outside the order".

Pronunciation
w:IPA|IPA: /ɪksˈtrɔː(r)dɪˌnərɪ/, /ɪksˈtrɔː(r)dɪnˌrɪ/, /ˌɛkstrəˈɔː(r)dɪˌnərɪ/, /ˌɛkstrəˈɔː(r)dɪnˌrɪ/
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Adjective
en-adj

  1. not ordinary; exceptional; unusual;

#:People do not decide to become extraordinary. They decide to accomplish extraordinary things - q:Edmund Hilary|Edmund Hilary

Antonyms
everyday, normal, ordinary, regular, usual

Translations
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Breton: dreistordinal
Chinese: 非凡
Finnish: erikoinen, kummallinen, epätavallinen
French: extraordinaire
German: außerordentlich, außergewöhnlich
Hungarian: rendkívüli
Italian: straordinario m, straordinaria f
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Japanese: 異常(いじょう, ijou), 非凡(ひぼん, hibon)
Korean: 특별한
Latin: extraordinarius, insolitus, eximus
Norwegian: ekstraordinær
Portuguese: extraordinário
Scots: byordinar
Spanish: extraordinario
Swedish: extraordinär

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