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  • IPA: /ɪˈklɛktɪk/, SAMPA: /I"klEktIk/

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from French éclectique from Ancient Greek ἐκλεκτικός (eklektikos), selective) from ἐκλέγω (eklegō), I pick, choose) from ἐκ (ek), out, from) + λέγω (legō), I choose, count).

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Eclectic (comparative more Eclectic, superlative most Eclectic)

Positive
Eclectic

Comparative
more Eclectic

Superlative
most Eclectic

  1. Selecting a mixture of what appear to be best of various doctrines, methods or styles.
  2. Unrelated and unspecialized; heterogeneous

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Singular
Eclectic

Plural
Eclectics

Eclectic (plural Eclectics)
  1. Someone who selects according to the eclectic method.

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fa:eclectic fr:eclectic io:eclectic kn:eclectic lt:eclectic hu:eclectic ml:eclectic pl:eclectic ru:eclectic te:eclectic tr:eclectic vi:eclectic zh:eclectic

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