- niet gebruikelijk
- not common or ordinarily encountered; unusually great in amount or remarkable in character or kind
"frost and floods are uncommon during these months"
- That's not uncommon.
- Is that uncommon?
- Cholera is uncommon in Japan.
- Such a case is not uncommon today.
- A six-figure income is not uncommon for physicians.
- We sometimes say: "Common sense is quite uncommon."
- It's not all that uncommon for people to live past the age of ninety.
- The only remaining region in the world where obesity is uncommon is sub-Saharan Africa.
- Here's an example of a semantic gamut: non-existent, unique, rare, uncommon, common, trite, worn-out, universal.
- A tyrant must put on the appearance of uncommon devotion to religion. Subjects are less apprehensive of illegal treatment from a ruler whom they consider god-fearing and pious.
- The Commission observes that a shipowner may always demand changes to the shipbuilding contract and that such changes are not uncommon in the shipbuilding sector.
- It is not uncommon for company statutes and voting rules to be drafted in such a way that further acquisitions are needed before the acquirer can obtain complete control over the target company.
- While it is true that it is not uncommon that a shareholder also acts as a lender in large groups, the Commission considers that it is difficult to assess the two measures within the same framework given their different nature.
- The Commission observes that a shipowner may always demand changes to the shipbuilding contract and that such changes are not uncommon in the shipbuilding sector. Such events are part of the normal commercial activity of the yard.
- Likewise, it is not uncommon for obligations similar to those imposed on channels operating in a network in Denmark to be applied in other countries to ensure that minimum requirements as to ethics and public moral standards are met.