normal


normal
normal UK US /ˈnɔːməl/ adjective
usual, and what you would expect: »

They were selling the good at half the normal price.

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In normal circumstances, you should be able to decide this sort of thing without consulting your manager.

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It is normal practice to refer such questions to the Board.

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The day after the incident, everyone was back at work as normal.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • normal —  normal …   Hochdeutsch - Plautdietsch Wörterbuch

  • normal — normal, ale, aux [ nɔrmal, o ] adj. et n. f. • 1753; verbe normal h. XVe; lat. normalis, de norma « équerre » 1 ♦ Math. Droite normale, ou n. f. la normale à une courbe, à une surface en un point : droite perpendiculaire à la tangente, au plan… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Normal — Nor mal (n[^o]r mal), a. [L. normalis, fr. norma rule, pattern, carpenter s square; prob. akin to noscere to know; cf. Gr. gnw rimos well known, gnw mwn gnomon, also, carpenter s square: cf. F. normal. See {Known}, and cf. {Abnormal},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • normal — NORMÁL, Ă, normali, e, adj. 1. (Adesea adverbial) Care este aşa cum trebuie să fie, potrivit cu starea firească, obişnuit, firesc, natural. ♢ Plan normal = plan perpendicular pe tangenta dusă într un punct al unei curbe. Linie normală (şi… …   Dicționar Român

  • Normal — may refer to: Normality (behavior), conformance to an average Norm (sociology), social norms, expected patterns of behavior studied within the context of sociology Normal distribution (mathematics), the Gaussian continuous probability… …   Wikipedia

  • normal — normal, ale (nor mal, ma l ) adj. 1°   Terme de géométrie. Ligne normale, ou, substantivement, une normale, droite passant par le point de tangence et perpendiculaire, soit à la tangente d une courbe, soit au plan tangent d une surface. 2°   Fig …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • normal — (adj.) c.1500, typical, common; 1640s, standing at a right angle, from L.L. normalis in conformity with rule, normal, from L. normalis made according to a carpenter s square, from norma rule, pattern, lit. carpenter s square (see NORM (Cf. norm)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • normal — (Del lat. normālis). 1. adj. Dicho de una cosa: Que se halla en su estado natural. 2. Que sirve de norma o regla. 3. Dicho de una cosa: Que, por su naturaleza, forma o magnitud, se ajusta a ciertas normas fijadas de antemano. 4. Geom. Dicho de… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • normal — [nôr′məl] adj. [L normalis < norma, a rule: see NORM] 1. conforming with or constituting an accepted standard, model, or pattern; esp., corresponding to the median or average of a large group in type, appearance, achievement, function,… …   English World dictionary

  • normal — I (regular) adjective according to rule, average, common, commonplace, conforming, conventional, customary, established, everyday, habitual, natural, orderly, ordinary, representative, routine, standard, standardized, true to form, typical,… …   Law dictionary


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