listen to the pronunciation of customary
İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} alışılmış
{s} geleneksel

Bay ve bayan garsonların ilk isimlerini kullanarak kendilerini tanıtması gelenekseldir. - It's customary for waiters and waitresses to introduce themselves using only their first names.

Hanuka bayramı sırasında dört taraflı dönen top ile oynamak gelenekseldir. - During the feast of Hanukkah it is customary to play with a four sided dreidel.

{s} alışılagelmiş
{s} adetler gereğince
{s} alışılmış, âdet olan, mutat
(Kanun) örfe tabi
(Kanun) adetten
(Kanun) örf ve adet gereğince
(Ticaret) teamüli
adetten olan
adet olan
customary law
örfi hukuk
customary practices
adap erkan
customary form
teamüli şekil, alışılagelmiş şekil
customary law
(Kanun) Gelenek hukuku
customary manner
alışılmış şekilde
customary practice
customary analyses
(Jeoloji) geleneksel analiz
customary form
(Ticaret) alışılagelmiş şekil
customary form
(Ticaret) teamüli şekil
customary interest rate
(Ticaret) alışılagelmiş faiz oranı
customary interpretation
(Kanun) karara hüküm veren yorum
customary interpretation
(Kanun) bilindik yorum
customary present
(Kanun) mutad hediye
customary stranding
(Ticaret) mutad oturma
customary tare
(Ticaret) teamüli dara
customary tare
(Ticaret) istimal darası
customary tare
(Ticaret) mutad dara
customary usage
geleneksel bir şekilde
teamüle göre
conventional, habitual
Alışılmış geleneksel
law based on customary behavior
geleneksel davranış dayanan hukuk
variations customary
alışılmış değişimler
alışıldığı gibi
geleneklere göre

Japonya'da ebeveynler yaşlandıklarında geleneklere göre çocukları tarafından bakılırlar. - When parents get old in Japan, they are customarily looked after by their children.

İngilizce - İngilizce
Agreeing with, or established by, custom; established by common usage; conventional; habitual
A book containing laws and usages, or customs; a custumal
Holding or held by custom; as, customary tenants; customary service or estate
{a} usual, common, general
in accordance with convention or custom; "sealed the deal with the customary handshake
{s} conventional, habitual
Customary is used to describe things that people usually do in a particular society or in particular circumstances. It is customary to offer a drink or a snack to guests = usual
A book containing laws and usages, or customs; as, the Customary of the Normans
Customary is used to describe something that a particular person usually does or has. Yvonne took her customary seat behind her desk. = usual
in accordance with convention or custom; "sealed the deal with the customary handshake"
commonly used or practiced; usual; "his accustomed thoroughness"; "took his customary morning walk"; "his habitual comment"; "with her wonted candor"
customary unit
any unit of measurement that is currently used in the United States
customary law
Subject to, or held by the custom of the fishery, etc
customary law
unwritten law estblished by long usage
customary law
Applicable to all subjects, it is ranked by the ICJ as secondary in importance only to treaties It is held to exist if a objectively, does this custom exist (frequency and history) b subjectively, is this the norm of behavior (opinion juris)
customary law
Rules of conduct developed over time and enforceable in court
customary manner
accepted manner, usual way
court customary
A form of manorial court for unfree tenants or villeins
Under normal circumstances, normally
In the customary manner; as is custom
{a} usually, commonly, chiefly
In a customary manner; habitually
usually, habitually, routinely, conventionally
by custom; according to common practice; "children are customarily expected to be seen but not heard"
In the customary manner, as is custom, habit or normal
by custom; according to common practice; "children are customarily expected to be seen but not heard
it is customary
it is traditional, it is accepted practice, it is common, it is conventional
united states customary system
the system of weights and measures based on the foot and pound and second and pint that dates back to colonial America but differs in some respects from the British Imperial System; today in the United States this system exists side by side with the SI system