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Translation of "ordinary" - English-Spanish dictionary

ordinary

adjective   /ˈɔː·dəər·i/
B1 not special or different in any way corriente, común an ordinary life ordinary people I had a very ordinary childhood.
out of the ordinary
different from usual fuera de lo común Their relationship was a little out of the ordinary.
(Definition of ordinary from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ordinary

adjective /ˈoːdənəri/
usual; normal ordinario, común, normal She was behaving in a perfectly ordinary manner.
not unusually good etc ordinario, mediocre, vulgar Some people like his poetry, but I think it’s rather ordinary.
ordinarily adverb
usually. comúnmente Ordinarily we have a staff meeting on Wednesday afternoon.
out of the ordinary adjective
unusual fuera de lo normal I don’t consider her behaviour at all out of the ordinary.
(Definition of ordinary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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