简明英汉词典

usual
[5ju:VuEl]
adj.
平常的, 通常的, 惯例的

美国传统词典[双解]

usual
u.su.al
AHD:[y?“zh?-…l]
D.J.[6ju89u8*l]
K.K.[6ju9u*l]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Commonly encountered, experienced, or observed:
通常的,平常的:经常碰到的、经历的或奉行的:
the usual summer heat.
常有的暑热

(2)

Regularly or customarily used:
惯常的,惯例的:经常或习惯上使用的:
ended the speech with the usual expressions of thanks.
用惯常的感谢方式结束了讲演

(3)

In conformity with regular practice or procedure:
惯例的:与平常的习俗和程序相一致的:
Come at the usual time.
跟往常一样的时间过来

习惯用语

as usual
As commonly or habitually happens:
照例:和平常或习惯一样:
As usual, I slept late that Saturday morning.
和平时一样,那个星期六早晨我起得很迟

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French usuel
源自 古法语 usuel

(3)

from Late Latin ?3lis}
源自 后期拉丁语 ?3lis}

(4)

from Latin ?s [use] [from past participle of] ?to [to use]
源自 拉丁语 ?s [使用] [] 源自?to的过去分词 [使用]

继承用法

usually
adv.(副词)

usualness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

usualhabitualcustomaryaccustomed

(2)

These adjectives apply to what is expected or familiar because it occurs frequently or recurs regularly.
这些形容词是指其事是可预见的或熟悉的,因为它是经常发生的或有规律地发生的。

(3)

Usual describes what accords with normal, common, or ordinary practice or procedure:
Usual 是修饰那些与平常的、普通的或一般习惯或程序相一致的人、事或物:
“The parson said the usual things about the sea—its blueness . . . its beauty” (George du Maurier).
“牧师讲述了海的通常特点——如它的蓝色…它的美丽” (乔治·杜·莫里耶)。

(4)

Habitual implies repetition and force of habit:
Habitual 指重复和习惯力量:
“He who permits himself to tell a lie once, finds it much easier to do it a second and third time, till at length it becomes habitual” (Thomas Jefferson).
“一个人如果允许自己撒了一次谎,他就会发现撒第二次、第三次谎容易得多,直到形成习惯” (托马斯·杰菲逊)。

(5)

Customary and accustomed refer to conformity with the prevailing customs or conventions of a group or with an individual's own established practice:
Customary 和accustomed 是指与盛行的习惯或一个团体的习俗与个人约定俗成的习惯一致的:
“It is the customary fate of new truths to begin as heresies and to end as superstitions” (Thomas H. Huxley).
“新真理的通常命运是开始被视作异端,到最后又被视作迷信” (汤玛土·H·赫胥黎)。
She resolved the difficulty with her accustomed resourcefulness and tact.
她用她惯常的机敏和圆滑解决了这个难题

现代英汉词典

usual
[5ju:VJEl]
adj.

(1)

平常的;通常的;一向的
Are you coming home at the usual time? Yes, I shall leave the office at the same time as usual.
你准备按往常的时间回家吗?是的,我将和平常一样准时离开办公室。
My usual chair had been moved from its usual place.
我平常用的椅子已从老地方移开了。

(2)

(前面与the, my 等连用)个人常喝的饮料

习惯用语

as usual
照例

现代英汉综合大辞典

usual
[5ju:VuEl]
adj.

(1)

通常的; 常 见的; 常有的

(2)

平常的, 普通的

(3)

平时的, 平日的

(4)

惯例的
He arrived late as usual.
他照常迟到。
It is below the usual size.
它不足一般尺寸。
Tea is considered to be the usual drink of British people.
茶被认为是英国人的日常饮料。
He said all the usual things.
他讲的都是老一套。

继承用法

usually
[5ju:VJElI]
adv.

usualness
n.
经常性; 惯常

习惯用语

as usual
如往常一样; 照例

as per usual
[谑]=as usual

用法词典

usual
来自拉丁语 usualis <usus 用

英文相关词典

usual
common    customary    everyday    normal    ordinary    regular    typical    special    unexpected    unusual    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

usual
通常的

美国传统词典

usual
u.su.al
AHD:[y?“zh?-…l]
D.J.[6ju8/u8*l]
K.K.[6ju/u*l]
adj.

(1)

Commonly encountered, experienced, or observed:
the usual summer heat.

(2)

Regularly or customarily used:
ended the speech with the usual expressions of thanks.

(3)

In conformity with regular practice or procedure:
Come at the usual time.

习惯用语

as usual
As commonly or habitually happens:
As usual, I slept late that Saturday morning.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French usuel

(3)

from Late Latin ?3lis}

(4)

from Latin ?s [use] [from past participle of] ?to [to use]

继承用法

usually
adv.

usualness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

usual, habitual, customary, accustomed

(2)

These adjectives apply to what is expected or familiar because it occurs frequently or recurs regularly.

(3)

Usual describes what accords with normal, common, or ordinary practice or procedure:
“The parson said the usual things about the sea—its blueness . . . its beauty” (George du Maurier).

(4)

Habitual implies repetition and force of habit:
“He who permits himself to tell a lie once, finds it much easier to do it a second and third time, till at length it becomes habitual” (Thomas Jefferson).

(5)

Customary and accustomed refer to conformity with the prevailing customs or conventions of a group or with an individual's own established practice:
“It is the customary fate of new truths to begin as heresies and to end as superstitions” (Thomas H. Huxley).
She resolved the difficulty with her accustomed resourcefulness and tact.

英汉船舶大词典

usual
n.常用

英汉化学大词典

usual
adj.通常的,普通的,常见的

英汉海运大词典

usual
惯常的,通常的,平常的

英汉计算机大词典

usual
adj.通常的(普通的,常见的

英汉心理学大词典

usual
普通的

英汉中医大词典

usual
n.通常的,平常的

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