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Turkish translation of “regular”

regular

adjective
 
 
/ˈreɡjələr/
SAME TIME/SPACE B2 repeated with the same amount of time or space between one thing and the next
düzenli, muntazam, alışılmış, mutat
a regular pulse Plant the seedlings at regular intervals.Standard and routineFrequency and regularity - general wordsSteady, regular and unchanged
OFTEN B1 happening or doing something often, especially at the same time every week, year, etc
daimi, düzenli
a regular occurrence We arranged to meet on a regular basis.Standard and routineSteady, regular and unchangedFrequency and regularity - general words
USUAL US usual or normal
her zamanki, olağan, devamlı, mutat
I couldn't see my regular dentist.Standard and routine
SIZE informal B1 being a standard size
standart ölçüde, aynı büyüklükte, her zamanki
a burger and regular friesStandard and routine
SHAPE Something that has a regular shape is the same on both or all sides.
düzenli, aynı ölçüde, aynı hizada, muntazam
She's got lovely, regular teeth.Standard and routineDescribing angles, lines and orientations
GRAMMAR B1 following the usual rules or patterns in grammar
(dilbilgisi) düzenli, kurallı
'Talk' is a regular verb but 'go' is not. → Opposite irregularVerb forms, tenses and types of verbs
regularity
 
 
/ˌreɡjəˈlærəti/ noun [U]
when something is regular
düzenlilik, düzen, intizam
Frequency and regularity - general words
(Definition of regular adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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