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Usually definition, habitual or customary: her usual skill. See more.

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Brute force usually won any battle he fought. In my dreams I'm usually in trouble. Just thinking a guy's a jerk doesn't usually result in your killing him. Usually, when a person is turned...

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He usually proposes ideas for plans Healthy leaves are usually best left on the plant how America usually finds its way into recession How does it usually happen?

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So as I showed you, they're usually found on these seals that are very, very tiny. Как я уже показывал вам, они расположены на таких совсем крошечных печатях.

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we usually go on a Friday normalmente or por lo general vamos un viernes; what do you usually do? ¿qué hacen ustedes normalmente...

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I usually study math in the evening. Я обычно изучаю математику по вечерам. A trilogy usually has three parts. Трилогия обычно состоит из трёх частей.

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usually ‎(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, he usually walks to work.‎. 1907, Robert W[illiam] Chambers, “chapter IX”, in The Younger Set (Project Gutenberg; EBook #14852), New York...

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