He adjective unusual , which derives from the Latin word insolĭtus, allows to qualify what results anomalous, unheard of or infrequent . The unusual, by its characteristics, attracts attention and does not go unnoticed .
For example: "The local team lost by an unusual error of his goalkeeper", "The unusual response of the president to the question of a journalist who questioned him about allegations of corruption surprised the public", "Unusual: a man who had escaped from prison wanted to renew his identity document and was recaptured while doing the process".
Imagine that an actor attends the presentation of a movie in Swimwear . While all his teammates wear formal clothes, he wears a t-shirt and a t-shirt. The chroniclers, in this situation, refer to the unusual look of this celebrity.
Take the case of an entrepreneur who, after talking with an employee, decides to fire him. The reason: the worker told him that he liked the electronic music , a gender that the employer hates. For that unusual reason, the subject lost his job .
In short, everything that is strange, extravagant, unusual or absurd It can be described as unusual. Whenever something escapes the logic or as usual, it is possible to use this rating.
“Unusual Weekly” , on the other hand, is the name of a television program of Argentina that was issued between 1982 and 1983 . Raul Becerra , Adolfo Castelo , Raul Portal and Virginia Hanglin they were the drivers of this proposal that created a new style, combining news with satire and humor .
“Unusual women” Finally, it is the title of a Spanish TV series. In 1977 , TVE aired its eight episodes, focusing on female personalities that made history .