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definition from
Oxford Dictionary of English -

aberration /ˌabəˈreɪʃ(ə)n  /
▸ noun a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one:
they described the outbreak of violence in the area as an aberration
I see these activities as some kind of mental aberration.
emoji830 - Aberration - English Dictionary Biology a characteristic that deviates from the normal type:
colour aberrations.
emoji830 - Aberration - English Dictionary Optics the failure of rays to converge at one focus because of a defect in a lens or mirror.
emoji830 - Aberration - English Dictionary Astronomy the apparent displacement of a celestial object from its true position, caused by the relative motion of the observer and the object.
aberrational adjective
– ORIGIN late 16th century : from Latin aberratio(n-), from aberrare ‘to stray’ (see aberrant).

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