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routine

adjective
 
 
/ruːˈtiːn/
done as part of what usually happens, and not for any special reason: The Center Street Bridge will get only a routine inspection. Most routine business is done in the parliament's Brussels headquarters. a routine decision.
ordinary and boring: The work is dull and routine.
(Definition of routine adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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