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usual

adjective   /ˈjuː·ʒu·əl/
B1 normal and happening most often habitual I went to bed at my usual time. This winter has been much colder than usual. →  Opposite unusual
as usual
A2 in the way that happens most of the time como siempre As usual, Nick was the last to arrive.
(Definition of usual from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

usual

adjective /ˈjuːʒuəl/
done, happening etc most often; customary habitual, acostumbrado, común Are you going home by the usual route? There are more people here than usual Such behaviour is quite usual with children of that age As usual, he was late.
usually adverb
on most occasions por lo general, normalmente, generalmente, habitualmente We are usually at home in the evenings Usually we finish work at 5 o’clock.
(Definition of usual from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “usual”
in Korean 일상적인, 흔한…
in Arabic عادي…
in Malaysian biasa…
in French habituel…
in Russian обычный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 通常的, 慣常的…
in Italian solito…
in Turkish alışılmış, her zamanki, olağan…
in Polish zwykły, zwyczajny…
in Vietnamese thông thường…
in Portuguese usual, habitual, de costume…
in Thai เป็นปกติ…
in German üblich…
in Catalan habitual…
in Japanese いつもの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 通常的, 惯常的…
in Indonesian biasa…
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