as usual

as usual
in the usual manner (Freq. 4)

as usual, she arrived late

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: in the accustomed or habitual way

as usual he was late

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as usual
As is or was usual
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Main Entry:usual

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as usual phrase
used for saying what usually happens

We went to bed that evening around 10.30 as usual.

Thesaurus: usuallysynonym typical, traditional and usualsynonym
Main entry: usual

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as usual
: in the way that happens or exists most of the time or in most cases

We joked and laughed as usual.

The wait was twice as long as usual.

I was very tired at the end of the day, as usual.

— sometimes used with per

He complained endlessly, as per usual. [=as he usually does]

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Main Entry:usual

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as usual idiom
in the same way as what happens most of the time or in most cases

Steve, as usual, was the last to arrive.

As usual at that hour, the place was deserted.

Despite her problems, she carried on working as usual.

Main entry:usualidiom

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