Definitions of "extraordinary"
  1. Refers to something that surpasses the normal or expected conditions or standards
  2. In a financial context, it denotes a transaction that is unlikely to happen again
  3. Concerning a task or responsibility given for a unique purpose or service
How to use "extraordinary" in a sentence
  1. The judge ruled that the case had extraordinary circumstances and required a unique approach.
  2. The company's financial report noted an extraordinary transaction that greatly improved the quarterly results.
  3. The board appointed an extraordinary committee for investigating the corruption allegations.

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