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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmiscellaneousmis‧cel‧la‧ne‧ous /ˌmɪsəˈleɪniəs◂/ adjective [only before noun]  VARIOUS/OF DIFFERENT KINDSa miscellaneous set of things or people includes many different things or people that do not seem to be connected with each other a miscellaneous assortment of books They receive a grant of £1,094 to cover the cost of miscellaneous expenses.
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miscellaneousFor collectors there was a splendid array of miscellaneous artefacts grouped together in sections.The seminar was attended by a miscellaneous collection of students, businessmen, and housewives.Scientific Correspondence is for discussion of topical scientific matters, including those published in Nature, and for miscellaneous contributions.You'll need enough money for food, transport, and other miscellaneous costs.At first sight, indeed, every civilization looks rather like a railway goods yard, constantly receiving and dispatching miscellaneous deliveries.List your miscellaneous expenses in the right-hand column.Their junk shop was full of chairs, trunks, ornaments, and other miscellaneous objects.Other miscellaneous rare causes of central vertigo are listed in Table 3-4.Added to the main Bill were six miscellaneous sections.A miscellaneous series of incidents attach to various lengths of term.The balancing slower growth was supplied by the portmanteau of miscellaneous services.
From Longman Business Dictionarymiscellaneousmis‧cel‧la‧ne‧ous /ˌmɪsəˈleɪniəs◂/ written abbreviation misc. adjective [only before a noun] made up of many different things or people that are not connected with each otherI attach a list of other miscellaneous expenses.
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