Usually definition, habitual or customary: her usual skill. See more.
Commonly encountered, experienced, or observed: the usual summer heat. 2.
Regularly or customarily used: ended the speech with the usual expressions of ...
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Under normal conditions; generally: he usually arrives home about one o'clock
heat-resistant paints are usually black or aluminium-coloured. More example ...
usually (comparative more usually, superlative most usually). Most of the time; ...
Except for one or two days a year, he usually walks to work. . 1907, Robert W.
Adverb: usually yoo-zhoo-u-lee. Under normal conditions "usually she was late";
- normally, unremarkably ... "usually it doesn't rain much here"; - by and large ...
If you usually do something, that's what you do on a normal day. Tonight you
might be making a seven-course meal to celebrate your birthday, even though ...
Adverb. (comparative more usually, superlative most usually). Most of the time;
less than always, but more than occasionally. Except for one or two days a year, ...
Usually, the professor does not accept assignments after the due date.Por lo
general, el profesor no acepta tareas después de la fecha de entrega.
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