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routinelyadverb

uk   us   /ruːˈtiːn.li/
used for ​describing what often or usually ​happens: Health and ​safetyrules are routinely ​flouted/ignored.
(Definition of routinely from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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routinelyadverb

uk   us   /ruːˈtiːnli/
regularly, as ​part of the usual way of doing things: Toys are routinely ​tested to make sure they ​comply with ​safetystandards.
(Definition of routinely from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “routinely”
in Chinese (Simplified) 日常地,常规地…
in Turkish düzenli olarak, sık sık…
in Russian регулярно…
in Chinese (Traditional) 日常地,常規地…
in Polish zwykle, na ogół…
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