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abnormal
American English: /æbˈnɔrməl/
British English: /əbˈnɔːm(ə)l/

Translation of abnormal in Spanish:

adjective

  • (growth/development/condition) (Medicine)
    (behavior)
    (level/rate)
    abnormal psychology
    psicología (feminine) patológica or clínica
    Example sentences
    • Every episode marked him, though there is no evidence of any abnormal behaviour.
    • His life has been so abnormal it is no surprise that he has such unusual views.
    • The boy told the court his behaviour had been abnormal and not the sort of thing he wanted to do in the future.

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