Complete Definition of "particular"

English

rank|walked|office|government|594|particular|charge|church|paper

Pronunciation
IPA|/pÉrËtɪkjÉlÉr/ (US)
SAMPA|/p3r"[email protected]/ (US)
audio|en-us-particular.ogg|Audio (US)

Etymology
From Old French particuler, from Latin particularis. See particle.

Adjective
en-adj|-
#specific; discrete; a part or portion of something.
#Concerned with, or attentive to, details; minute; precise; fastidious.

Antonyms
general

Translations
trans-top|specific; discrete; a part or portion of something
trans-mid
Kurdish:
:Sorani: t|ku|تاÛبÙâتÛ|trtAybati|scKUchar
trans-bottom

trans-top|Concerned with, or attentive to, details; minute; precise; fastidious
trans-mid
trans-bottom

checktrans
ttbc|Dutch: specifiek (1), bepaald (1), nauwkeurig (2), nauwgezet (2), precies (2)
ttbc|Esperanto: speciala (1)
ttbc|Portuguese: particular (1) minucioso, preciso (2)
ttbc|Turkish: tikel (1), kısmi (2)

Derived terms
particularly

Related terms
particulars (certain individuals - not used in singular)

fr:particular
io:particular
it:particular
ku:particular
hu:particular
pt:particular
fi:particular
ta:particular
te:particular
vi:particular
zh:particular

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