regular translate English to Spanish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "regular" - English-Spanish dictionary


adjective /ˈreɡjulə/
usual Saturday is his regular day for shopping That isn’t our regular postman, is it? (American) normal
normal, común
He has too many behavioral problems to attend a regular school.
occurring, acting etc with equal amounts of space, time etc between
They placed guards at regular intervals round the camp Is his pulse regular?
involving doing the same things at the same time each day etc
a man of regular habits.
frequent He’s a regular visitor He’s one of our regular customers. permanent; lasting
permanente, fijo
He’s looking for a regular job.
(linguistics ) (of a noun, verb etc) following one of the usual grammatical patterns of the language
’Walk’ is a regular verb, but ’go’ is an irregular verb.
the same on both or all sides or parts; neat; symmetrical
a girl with regular features A square is a regular figure.
of ordinary size
de tamaño normal
I don’t want the large size of packet – just give me the regular one.
(of a soldier) employed full-time, professional; (of an army) composed of regular soldiers.
regularity /-ˈla-/ noun
He gets drunk with monotonous regularity.
regularly adverb at regular times, places etc
con regularidad, regularmente
His heart was beating regularly.
regularmente, con frecuencia
He comes here regularly.
regulate /-leit/ verb to control
We must regulate our spending Traffic lights are used to regulate traffic.
to adjust (a piece of machinery etc ) so that it works at a certain rate etc
Can you regulate this watch so that it keeps time accurately?
regulation noun a rule or instruction
There are certain regulations laid down as to how this job should be done, and these must be obeyed (also adjective) Please use envelopes of the regulation size.
the act of regulating
the regulation of a piece of machinery.
regulator /-lei-/ noun a thing that regulates (a piece of machinery etc).
(Definition of regular from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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