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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.
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infrequent

(ɪnˈfriːkwənt)
adj
rarely happening or present; only occasional
inˈfrequency, inˈfrequence n
inˈfrequently adv
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in•fre•quent

(ɪnˈfri kwənt)

adj.
1. happening or occurring at long intervals or rarely: infrequent visits.
2. not constant, habitual, or regular: an infrequent visitor.
3. not plentiful or many: infrequent opportunities for advancement.
4. far apart in space.
[1525–35; < Latin]
in•fre′quen•cy, in•fre′quence, n.
in•fre′quent•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.infrequent - not frequent; not occurring regularly or at short intervals; "infrequent outbursts of temper"
sporadic - recurring in scattered and irregular or unpredictable instances; "a city subjected to sporadic bombing raids"
frequent - coming at short intervals or habitually; "a frequent guest"; "frequent complaints"
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infrequent

adjective occasional, rare, uncommon, unusual, sporadic, few and far between, once in a blue moon He was paying one of his infrequent visits to London.
often, regular, frequent, common, usual, customary, habitual
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infrequent

adjective
Rarely occurring or appearing:
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Translations
نادِر، غير متكرر
řídkývzácnýneobvyklý
uregelmæssig
harvinainen
nem gyakori
fátíîur, sjaldgæfur
retasretumas
rets
redek

infrequent

[ɪnˈfriːkwənt] ADJ [visit, occurrence] → poco frecuente, infrecuente
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infrequent

[ɪnˈfriːkwənt] adjpeu fréquent(e)
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infrequent

adjselten; at infrequent intervalsin großen Abständen; her mistakes are so infrequentsie macht so selten Fehler
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infrequent

[ɪnˈfriːkwənt] adjpoco frequente, raro/a
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infrequent

(inˈfriːkwənt) adjective
not frequent. His visits grew infrequent.
inˈfrequency noun
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infrequent

a. infrecuente, raro-a.
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Symptomatic heterogeneity (auditory and visual disturbances), severity (chronic manifestation), and episodic infrequencies makes this disease promisingly anxiety-provoking for the sufferers.