anormalement translation | French-English dictionary

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anormalement

  

      adv   (=élevé, bas, faible)   abnormally   [calme, gai]  
unusually
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
anormalement adv.
abnormally

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
n.
abnormally low temperature
[Med.]
n.
abnormally low IQ scores
[Med.]
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'anormalement' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
adv.
anormalement
adv.
anormalement bas
[Med.]
exp.
anormalement doux
adj.
anormalement actif
[Med.]
exp.
anormalement froid
adj.
anormalement mobile
[Med.]
adj.
anormalement perméable
[Med.]
n.
luette anormalement longue
[Med.]
n.
conscience anormalement augmentée
[Med.]
n.
dent anormalement volumineuse
[Med.]
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"anormalement": examples and translations in context
L'HTAP est une pression sanguine anormalement élevée dans les artères des poumons. PAH is abnormally high blood pressure in the arteries of the lungs.
- si vous avez une élimination des selles anormalement lente - If you have abnormally slow bowel movements
d'une pression de vapeur ou d'eau anormalement élevée dans les chaudières; abnormally high steam or water pressure in boilers;
- Taux d'acide urique anormalement élevés dans le sang, qui peut entraîner la goutte ou des calculs - Abnormally high level of uric acid in the blood.
- Les sinus sont anormalement larges. Oh, the sinus cavity is abnormally large.
Becky s'est développée à une latitude anormalement élevée. Becky developed at an unusually high latitude.
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