infrequency


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in·fre·quent

 (ĭn-frē′kwənt)
adj.
1. Not occurring regularly; occasional or rare: an infrequent guest.
2. Situated or placed at rather wide intervals, as in time or space: infrequent oases in the desert.

in·fre′quence, in·fre′quen·cy n.
in·fre′quent·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.infrequency - noteworthy scarcityinfrequency - noteworthy scarcity      
scarceness, scarcity - a small and inadequate amount
Translations
نُدْرَه، قِلَّة حُدوث
vzácnost
uregelmæssighed
sjaldgæfni
vzácnosť
seyreklik

infrequency

[ɪnˈfriːkwənsɪ] Ninfrecuencia f, poca frecuencia f

infrequency

nSeltenheit f

infrequency

[ɪnˈfriːkwənsɪ] nrarità

infrequent

(inˈfriːkwənt) adjective
not frequent. His visits grew infrequent.
inˈfrequency noun
References in classic literature ?
With their greater infrequency the sounds increased in strength and sharpness.
Chulk was wearying of the continued marching and the infrequency and short duration of the rests.
Though wrought ages since, it was but little weather-worn owing to the aridity of the Martian atmosphere, the infrequency of rains, and the rarity of dust storms.
In Northern Chile, from the extreme infrequency of rain, or even of weather foreboding rain, the probability of accidental coincidences becomes very small; yet the inhabitants are here most firmly convinced of some connection between the state of the atmosphere and of the trembling of the ground: I was much struck by this when mentioning to some people at Copiapo that there had been a sharp shock at Coquimbo: they immediately cried out, "How fortunate
Evans further says that the NCRB's larger rate-increase requests stem from the infrequency of filings.
As other people using it to and from the airport will have found, it's brilliant compared with the infrequency of the other buses which were operating, although of course I do appreciate the fact that such a service has to be supported financially.
When it comes to patient loyalty, one of the other problems is simply the infrequency of the visits that customers make to optical practices compared to other professionals and retailers.
The infrequency of Mata's appearances comes after a summer where his future at Chelsea, following the re-appointment of Mourinho, was called into question after United briefed press during pre-season claiming the Blues had offered the midfielder as part of a deal to sign Wayne Rooney.
to be loved in particular for its perplexing infrequency.
The lack of use is mainly because of the infrequency of trains.
The reason for which is simple, by having a group of players taking part in one successful tournament, then a team has to rebuild from scratch once the tournament is over and done with (due to the infrequency of football tournaments).