Definition of 'regular'
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But regular football could now be tempting. The Sun (2016)This is an issue anyone with daughters faces on a regular basis. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He will view this as the opportunity he has craved to cement a regular place. Times, Sunday Times (2017)And it did take me about six months to gain the weight back and to get into regular eating habits again. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Cyber criminals often make small but regular thefts which are harder to spot than larger one-off purchases. The Sun (2016)For regular visitors, an annual payment for a modest charge would ensure they could visit in a bit more peace. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I'm not sure this will become a regular pub night. The Sun (2017)In between these regular appearances, there were some other bits I enjoyed as well. The Sun (2017)This means that the watchdog should conduct regular mystery shopping exercises. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Has a fantastic attitude and now needs regular football. The Sun (2012)Only then are they placed on regular duty with a particular member. AT HOME WITH THE QUEEN: The Inside Story of the Royal Household (2002)Having to make regular payouts and terminal bonuses means that they must meet stringent solvency requirements. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His campaign schedule has had to work around regular appearances before military and civilian courts. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Her dad is a pub regular and keeps giving me dirty looks. The Sun (2016)Halve cherry tomatoes and quarter regular ones. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Might there be a regular visitor past our planet or solar system with this same frequency? EXTINCTION: Evolution and the End of Man (2002)Regular army recruits sign up for at least four years. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It could help if you spend regular time alone with your son. The Sun (2012)We had a party for a regular into the early hours. The Sun (2011)We lost wickets at regular intervals and guys who did get in did not bat through. Times, Sunday Times (2009) One of the regulars asked me what was wrong and it all came tumbling out. The Sun (2014)But the only way any young player is going to learn and improve is through regular football. The Sun (2016)But stewardship is such a vital part of life that it should be naturally included on a regular basis. Christianity Today (2000)Put a donation box somewhere accessible so you can take things to the charity shop on a regular basis. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This is proving a good series, but regular followers will know the routine by now. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They're given this bulwark of regular funding which they have come to regard as their right. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There has been no research into the long-term effects of regular use. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It will mean stars will be exhausted and won't be able to perform for their regular teams. The Sun (2013)I then became a regular in the team. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'regular'
British English: regular /ˈrɛɡjʊlə/ ADJECTIVE
Regular things happen at equal intervals, or involve things happening at equal intervals.
Close your eyes and let your breathing become regular.
- American English: regular
- Arabic: مُنْتَظِم
- Brazilian Portuguese: regular
- Chinese: 经常的
- Croatian: redovit
- Czech: pravidelný
- Danish: regelmæssig
- Dutch: regelmatig
- European Spanish: regular
- Finnish: tavallinen
- French: régulier
- German: normal
- Greek: τακτικός
- Italian: regolare
- Japanese: 定期的な
- Korean: 규칙적인
- Norwegian: ordinær
- Polish: regularny
- European Portuguese: regular
- Romanian: regulat
- Russian: обычный
- Spanish: regular
- Swedish: regelbunden
- Thai: เป็นประจำ
- Turkish: düzenli
- Ukrainian: регулярний
- Vietnamese: thông thường
British English: regular NOUN
The regulars at a place or in a team are the people who often go to the place or are often in the team.
Regulars at his local pub have set up a fund to help out.
Definition of regular from the Collins English Dictionary
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