Translation of rarity in Spanish:

rarity

Pronunciation: /ˈrerəti; ˈreərətɪ/

noun/nombre (plural -ties)

  • 1.1 countable/numerable (sth rare) algo poco común or fuera de lo común an opera singer who can act is a rarity un cantante de ópera que sepa actuar es algo excepcional or fuera de lo común
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    • This latest release is a collection of B-sides, rarities, soundtrack songs and cover versions which is a must for die-hard fans.
    • Both men were travellers and collectors of curiosities - or rarities, as they were called.
    • You know that I have an agent who is always on the look-out for rarities and curiosities for my collection.
    1.2 uncountable/no numerable (of an occurrence) la poca frecuencia, lo raro its rarity makes it valuable el hecho de que haya pocos lo hace valioso (before noun/delante del nombre) the coin has rarity value la moneda es valiosa porque hay muy pocas
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    • Anything of outstanding quality or rarity which was fresh to the market received a wildly enthusiastic welcome.
    • Due to its rarity and unique coloring, the python now commands fantastic prices.
    • Gemstones are minerals esteemed for their qualities of beauty, durability, and rarity.

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