Definición de seldom en inglés:

seldom

Saltos de línea: sel¦dom
Pronunciación: /ˈsɛldəm
 
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adverbio

Not often; rarely: Islay is seldom visited by tourists he was seldom absent [in combination]: an old seldom-used church
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • An eclectic palette of samples etched out paths seldom visited in accessible forms.
  • Neighbours said they seldom saw the couple and that the daughters seldom visited them.
  • The actors seldom move: they are like tortured figures on a frieze in a besieged acropolis.
Sinónimos
rarely, infrequently, on rare occasions, hardly ever, scarcely ever, hardly, scarcely, almost never, (every) once in a while, only now and then, not often, only occasionally, sporadically

adjetivo

[attributive] dated Volver al principio  
Not common; infrequent: a great but seldom pleasure

Origen

Old English seldan, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch zelden and German selten, from a base meaning 'strange, wonderful'.

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