from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Under normal conditions or circumstances; usually; most of the time
- adv. In the expected or customary manner.
- adv. To a usual or customary extent or degree.
- adv. In the manner of a variable with a Gaussian distribution.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a normal manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- As a rule; regularly; according to a rule, general custom, etc.
- In a normal manner; having the usual form, position, etc.: as, organs normally situated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. under normal conditions
One day, Mateu taught Katie to enrobe croquants—the word normally refers to a hard candy made from sugar and nuts but at elBulli can refer to any in this case honey caramelized substance—in chocolate.
The label normally gives a city and highway miles-per-gallon figure.
She looked at him with an expression normally reserved for madmen.
Not everyone was convinced, however, as critics pointed out that not only was the name normally used for girls, but that the full translation meant “cross to bear.”
Cow pies are the term normally reserved for cow outputs, but at the Baraboo Candy Co they referred to very nice chocolate puddles with caramel and nuts.
It has been anticipated that it could be the most viewed sporting event this year - a title normally given to the Superbowl in America.
Ghazi, a title normally used to describe Muslim warriors who slay non-believers in battle, is a title also bestowed by many Afghans on those who fought the British army to win independence for Afghanistan in the early 20th century.
Now students and their families are considered a "revenue source," a phrase normally reserved for taxes.
While the title normally runs for $19.99, it's been brought down to $5 and will remain at that price until Monday.
Applicant Tracking System is the term normally used in the industry to refer the recruitment software.
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