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adverb unusually pronunciation in British English /ʌnˈjuːʒʊəli/
  1. 1
    extremely: used for emphasizing that something is not what you would normally expect

    An unusually large number of our students passed this year.

  2. 2
    in a way that is not usual or typical

    Unusually for these parts, there was warm sunshine on Christmas day.

    Boris seemed unusually quiet.

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