Spanish English Dictionary

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raramente in English:

1. rarely


The mandatory character of schooling is rarely analyzed in the multitude of works dedicated to the study of the various ways to develop within children the desire to learn.
I'm such a coward that I rarely visit the dentist.
I used to go fishing quite often, but now I rarely go.
it happen rarely
There is a law against dropping litter but it is rarely enforced.
Compared with those in America, Japanese marriages rarely end in divorce.
The key is that Asuka abuses Shinji. So, rarely, Shinji flips and assaults Asuka. Then Asuka is surprisingly meek.
It's just throwing money away to have a yacht you rarely use.
Encouraged by the continuing trickle of hits and the rarely arriving email I've somehow kept going till now.
We rarely hear, it has been said, of the combinations of masters, though frequently of those of the workman. But whoever imagines, upon this account, that masters rarely combine, is as ignorant of the world as of the subject.
As a similar feature it is noted that students engaged in fund-raising activities rarely contribute money they have earned themselves.
Life is a long illness that rarely sleeps and can never be cured.
Tigers rarely attack people. In fact, they only attack if they are starving.
1. Our family is so rarely together. / 2. I rarely hear him give so many compliments. / 3. We rarely see cases like this anymore.
Ah, now I remember. I used a condom; something I rarely, or rather practically never, do.

English word "raramente"(rarely) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Neither Dorking Nor The Abbey"...
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2. seldom


My son seldom
In our country we seldom open gifts in the presence of the giver.
A fat man seldom dislikes anybody very hard or for very long.
Barter, however, was a very unsatisfactory system because people's needs seldom matched exactly.
If you always travel by subway, you seldom surface other than at your stop.
The trouble with him is that he is seldom punctual.
I was seldom able to see an opportunity until it had ceased to be one.
Such a man does not go hunting and seldom owns a gun.
Living, as I do, in the country, I seldom have visitors.
Fine words and an insinuating appearance are seldom associated with true virtue.
Advice is seldom welcome, and those who need it the most, like it the least.
People are most angry when they feel they are being mocked. That's why those who are confident in themselves seldom become angry.
It is a matter of common knowledge that a man of genius is seldom successful in his own lifetime.
My grandmother used to go out for a walk almost every day, but now she seldom, if ever, goes out.
Seldom have human beings experienced such a disaster.

English word "raramente"(seldom) occurs in sets:

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