English to Japanese Meaning :: deviant

Deviant :
常軌を逸した
- 常軌を逸したデビアント
 

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Noun(1) a person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior
Adjective(1) markedly different from an accepted norm

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(1) In this strategy I am thankfully aided by Floyd, who is doubtless the most perverse sexual deviant ever to reside in our fair city of Wellington.(2) If most people portray their sexual behavior as conforming to a double standard, then behavior inconsistent with this double standard will appear deviant .(3) I have a bachelor's in deviant behavior and social control and an A.A.S in human services.(4) Eddie himself loves telling stories to everyone about the deviant behaviour of all of his family members.(5) Given these contradictory insights from the literature, the issue of deviant behaviour and informal social control in peer - to - peer networks needs more empirical research.(6) Those who indulge in deviant behaviour like smoking, drinking, drug abuse and breaking the law are also more prone to becoming pathological gamblers.(7) This, in turn, reinforces the idea that children who exhibit any kind of sexual behavior are deviant in some way.(8) He calls himself ÔÇÿa problem drinker, a user and occasional abuser of narcotics, a high school dropout, a pessimist prone to loose women and no stranger to prostitutes and deviant sexual behaviourÔÇÖ.(9) Positive deviant behaviour is an uncommon practice that confers advantage to the people who practise it compared with the rest of the community.(10) Everybody has them and this research will attempt to determine whether sexual fantasies play a significant role in the occurrence of deviant behaviour of adult males.(11) While there is a culture of revering rebels in the West, rebels, outcasts and deviant behaviour are really frowned upon here.(12) What is called as deviant behaviour by the majority of the society is so much of a taboo that we do not even acknowledge the existence of it.(13) Since deviant behaviour can be associated with the wearing of baseball caps we are politely asking those people who enter our premises not to wear caps.(14) Thomas and Loader, for example, argue that new technology inevitably leads to new forms of deviant behaviour that arise in order to exploit new opportunities.(15) Firstly, it can be argued that advances in technology bring new opportunities for crime and other forms of deviant behaviour.(16) And it's at the core of a breakdown in the society that appears to be irreversible unless and until deviant parents are made legally responsible for the equally deviant behaviour of their children.
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Noun
1. nonconformist ::
奇なります
2. eccentric ::
偏心
3. maverick ::
マーベリック
4. individualist ::
インディビジュアリスト
5. outsider ::
アウトサイダー
6. misfit ::
ミスフィット
7. oddball ::
変わり者
8. weirdo ::
変人
9. freak ::
フリーク
10. screwball ::
スクリューボール
11. kook ::
変人
12. odd duck ::
奇妙なアヒル
Adjective
13. aberrant ::
異常な
14. abnormal ::
異常な
15. atypical ::
非定型
16. anomalous ::
異常
17. irregular ::
不定期
18. nonstandard ::
非標準
19. nonconformist ::
奇なります
20. perverse ::
ひねくれました
21. uncommon ::
22. unusual ::
珍しいです
23. freakish ::
奇矯
24. strange ::
奇妙
25. odd ::
奇妙な
26. peculiar ::
特有
27. bizarre ::
奇妙な
28. eccentric ::
偏心
30. unorthodox ::
異例
31. exceptional ::
異例
33. perverted ::
倒錯
34. kinky ::
よじれました
35. quirky ::
風変わりな
Different Forms
deviant, deviants
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