usually Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “usually” in the English Dictionary

"usually" in British English

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uk   us   /ˈjuː.ʒu.ə.li/
A2 in the way that most often ​happens: He usually gets ​home about six o'clock. I usually just have a ​sandwich for ​lunch. Is ​yourfriend usually so ​rude? Usually we go ​skiing in ​February. "Do you ​cookyour own ​meals in the ​evenings?" "Usually."
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(Definition of usually from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “usually”
in Arabic عادَةً…
in Korean 보통, 대개…
in Portuguese geralmente, habitualmente…
in Catalan normalment…
in Japanese いつもは, 普通は…
in Chinese (Simplified) 通常地, 惯常地, 经常地…
in Turkish genellikle, çoğu kez, çoğunlukla…
in Russian обычно…
in Chinese (Traditional) 通常地, 慣常地, 經常地…
in Italian di solito, solitamente…
in Polish zwykle, zazwyczaj, na ogół…
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