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Translation of "normal" - English-Spanish dictionary

normal

adjective /ˈnoːməl/
usual; without any special characteristics or circumstances normal How much work do you do on a normal day? normal people His behaviour is not normal.
normality /-ˈmӕ-/ noun
normalidad Things soon returned to a state of normality.
normally adverb
in a usual, ordinary way normalmente He was behaving quite normally yesterday.
usually; most often normalmente I normally go home at 4 o’clock.
Translations of “normal”
in Arabic عادي…
in Korean 평범한…
in Malaysian biasa…
in French normal…
in Turkish beklenen, her zamanki gibi, normal…
in Italian normale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 普通的, 平常的, 通常的…
in Russian нормальный, обычный…
in Polish normalny…
in Vietnamese bình thường…
in Portuguese normal…
in Thai ปกติ…
in German gewöhnlich…
in Catalan normal…
in Japanese 普通の…
in Indonesian normal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 普通的, 平常的, 通常的…
(Definition of normal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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