Translation of rarely in Spanish:

rarely

rara vez, adv.

Pronunciation /ˈrɛrli//ˈrɛːli/

adverb

  • 1

    rara vez
    pocas veces
    casi nunca
    we rarely go out rara vez / pocas veces / casi nunca salimos
    • Most are rarely, if ever, thoroughly cleaned and end up teaming with millions of bugs.
    • Housing estates which seem half a world away from the footstreets rarely figure on film.
    • What to remember is that before the 20th century, drawing was rarely ever seen as an end in itself.
    • Boyce clung to Henry like a second skin; he rarely fouled, he seldom needed to.
    • When I am not filming I rarely eat away from home other than the odd lunch on jaunts to London.
    • Women are rarely filmed at such occasions, and they appear only in distant glimpses.
    • He drives rarely, and then usually from down the pitch, miles into the air.
    • Film critics have rarely been so united in their antipathy, so vitriolic in their condemnation.
    • He would, of course, listen to us reading our essays aloud, but rarely if ever commented on them.
    • Now not being a great drinker I would rarely ever need to be in a pub but I went up to give my support.
    • I am rarely, if ever, moved to write letters in response to articles which appear in the press.
    • You are very rarely ever in a situation where there is no other sound in your environment.
    • Let me assure you - Clinton rarely, if ever, spoke for me and millions of other Americans.
    • Very, very rarely does a film not have its place in the grand scheme of things.
    • Yet it is a theme which has rarely, if ever, received serious treatment in the theatre.
    • Its audience is given a rare view into the lives of a group of people rarely seen on film.
    • The model of perfect competition presented above is rarely seen in practice.
    • You want to root for them, but their humanity rarely rises above the constant din of insults.
    • Whilst voyeurism is studied in other films of note, rarely has it been handled in such a touching and detailed way.
    • British made films or serials rarely explore social relations and conditions in the Caribbean.