usually

listen to the pronunciation of usually
Englisch - Türkisch
çoğunlukla

Senin söylediğin çoğunlukla doğru oluyor. - What you say is usually true.

Tom çoğunlukla sekiz saat uyur. - Tom usually sleeps eight hours.

genellikle

Genellikle saat sekizde kalkarım. - I usually get up at 8.

Genellikle saat kaçta kalkarsın? - What time do you usually get up?

genelde

Yarasalar genelde karanlıkta uçar. - Bats usually fly in the dark.

Öğle yemeğinden sonra genelde şekerleme yaparlar. - After lunch, they usually have a nap.

çokluk
o'clock
alelâde
çoğu kez/zaman
genellike
usual
olağan

Polisin olağan arama prosedürlerini izleyip izlemediği belli değil. - It is not evident whether the police followed the usual search procedures.

Bu olağan bir düzenlemedir. - This is the usual arrangement.

usually a 60-gallon oak barrel
genellikle 60-galon meşe
usual
{s} herzamanki
usual
alışılagelmiş
usual
çoğunlukla

Ülkedeki otobüsler çoğunlukla zamanında gelmezler. - Buses in the country don't usually come on time.

Senin söylediğin çoğunlukla doğru oluyor. - What you say is usually true.

usual
{s} klasik

Tom genellikle klasik müzik dinler. - Tom usually listens to classical music.

Tom genelde klasik rock çalan bir radyo istasyonunu dinler. - Tom usually listens to a radio station that plays classic rock.

usual
{s} her günkü
usual
çok kere
usual
usuallyekseriyetle
usual
olagelmek
usual
alışılagelen
usual
her zamanki

Her zamanki saatte seni karşılayacağım. - I'll meet you at the usual time.

O, her zamanki gibi geç geldi. - He came late as usual.

usual
It is usual to do so Böyle yapmak adettir
usual
as usual âdet üzere
not usually used
genellikle kullanılmayan
usual
mutad
usual
{s} alışılmış
usual
her zamanki gibi

O, her zamanki gibi geç geldi. - She came late as usual.

Onlar her zamanki gibi geç kaldılar. - They're late, as usual.

i usually use diesel fuel
genelde dizel kullanırım
i usually use gasoline
genelde benzin kullanırım
usual
düzgen
usual
{s} alışılmış, mutat
Englisch - Englisch
Most of the time

Except for one or two days a year, he usually walks to work.

Under normal conditions
You use more than usually to show that something shows even more of a particular quality than it normally does. She felt more than usually hungry after her excursion He was more than usually depressed by problems at work. = unusually. used to talk about what happens on most occasions or in most situations
{a} commonly, customarily, generally
commonly, generally, regularly
under normal conditions; "usually she was late"
If something usually happens, it is the thing that most often happens in a particular situation. The best information about hotels usually comes from friends and acquaintances who have been there They ate, as they usually did, in the kitchen Usually, the work is boring Offering only one loan, usually an installment loan, is part of the plan. = generally, normally
{a} accustomably
{a} accustomarily
customably
usual
{s} common, regular, ordinary
usual
commonly encountered; "a common (or familiar) complaint"; "the usual greeting"
usual
That which most commonly occurs
usual
{a} common, customary, frequent
usual
occurring or encountered or experienced or observed frequently or in accordance with regular practice or procedure; "grew the usual vegetables"; "the usual summer heat"; "came at the usual time"; "the child's usual bedtime"
usual
business as usual: see business
usual
If something happens as usual, it happens in the way that it normally does, especially when other things have changed. When somebody died everything went on as usual, as if it had never happened
usual
You use as usual to indicate that you are describing something that normally happens or that is normally the case. As usual there will be the local and regional elections on June the twelfth The front pages are, as usual, a mixture of domestic and foreign news
usual
Usual is used to describe what happens or what is done most often in a particular situation. It is a neighborhood beset by all the usual inner-city problems She's smiling her usual friendly smile After lunch there was a little more clearing up to do than usual It is usual to tip waiters, porters, guides and drivers. = normal Usual is also a noun. The stout barman in a bow tie presented himself to take their order. `Good morning, sir. The usual?'
usual
Such as is in common use; such as occurs in ordinary practice, or in the ordinary course of events; customary; ordinary; habitual; common
usually
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