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nor·mal

 (nôr′məl)
adj.
1. Conforming with, adhering to, or constituting a norm, standard, pattern, level, or type; typical: normal room temperature; one's normal weight; normal diplomatic relations.
2. Biology Functioning or occurring in a natural way; lacking observable abnormalities or deficiencies.
3. Chemistry
a. Relating to or designating the normality of a solution.
b. Abbr. n Designating an aliphatic hydrocarbon having an acyclic unbranched chain of carbon atoms.
4. Mathematics
a. Being at right angles; perpendicular.
b. Perpendicular to the direction of a tangent line to a curve or a tangent plane to a surface.
5.
a. Relating to or characterized by average intelligence or development.
b. Free from mental illness; sane.
n.
1. The usual, expected, or standard state, form, amount, or degree: Temperatures have been above normal for this time of year.
2. Mathematics A perpendicular, especially a perpendicular to a line tangent to a plane curve or to a plane tangent to a space curve.

[Middle English, from Late Latin normālis, from Latin, made according to the square, from norma, carpenter's square; see gnō- in Indo-European roots.]

nor′mal·ly adv.

Nor·mal

 (nôr′məl)
A town of central Illinois near Bloomington. It is the seat of Illinois State University, founded as a normal school in 1857.

normally

(ˈnɔːməlɪ)
adv
1. as a rule; usually; ordinarily
2. in a normal manner
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.normally - under normal conditions; "usually she was late"

normally

adverb
1. usually, generally, commonly, regularly, typically, ordinarily, as a rule, habitually Normally, the transportation system in Paris carries 950,000 passengers a day.
2. as usual, naturally, properly, conventionally, in the usual way the failure of the blood to clot normally

normally

adverb
In an expected or customary manner; for the most part:
Idioms: as usual, per usual.
Translations
بِصورةٍ عادِيَّهعَادَةًعادَةً، غالبا
normálněobvykle
normalt
tavallisesti
normalno
rendes körülmények között
vanalegavenjulega
普通に
정상적으로
normálne
navadnonormalno
i vanliga fall
โดยปรกติ
genelliklenormal olaraknormalde
như thường lệ

normally

[ˈnɔːməlɪ] ADVnormalmente
he normally arrives at seven o'clocknormalmente llega a las siete, suele llegar a las siete
the trains are running normallylos trenes están funcionando con normalidad

normally

[ˈnɔːrməli] adv
(= usually, as a rule) → normalement, d'habitude
I normally arrive at nine o'clock → Normalement j'arrive à neuf heures., D'habitude j'arrive à neuf heures.
(= in a normal manner) → normalement
She's eating normally → Elle mange normalement.
to be working normally [machine etc] → fonctionner normalement
In spite of the strike, the airports are working normally → Malgré la grève, les aéroports fonctionnent normalement.normal time n (SPORT) (= regulation time) → temps m réglementaire
at the end of normal time → à l'issue du temps réglementaire

normally

adv (= usually)normalerweise, gewöhnlich; (= in normal way)normal

normally

[ˈnɔːməlɪ] advnormalmente

normal

(ˈnoːməl) adjective
usual; without any special characteristics or circumstances. How much work do you do on a normal day?; normal people; His behaviour is not normal.
norˈmality (-ˈmӕ-) noun
normally adverb
1. in a usual, ordinary way. He was behaving quite normally yesterday.
2. usually; most often. I normally go home at 4 o'clock.

normally

عَادَةً normálně normalt normalerweise κανονικά normalmente tavallisesti normalement normalno normalmente 普通に 정상적으로 normaal vanligvis normalnie normalmente нормально i vanliga fall โดยปรกติ normalde như thường lệ 通常地

normally

adv normalmente
References in classic literature ?
Rebecca was in the normally unconscious state that belonged to her years; boys were good comrades, but no more; she liked reciting in the same class with them, everything seemed to move better; but from vulgar and precocious flirtations she was protected by her ideals.
Whereas, in this historic narrative, everything else will be normally explained, however abnormal the course of events may seem, I can not give the reader expressly to understand what the Persian meant by the words, "It is some one much worse than that
There are barely as many telephones in the whole of France as ought normally to be in the city of Paris.
At a wooden table in front of the window, which normally looked out on this landscape, sat two men in plain clothes, but with something of a military bearing, for indeed they were the two chiefs of the detective service of that district.
Major Putnam had managed to slip inside and plunge into a proper shirt and trousers, with a crimson cummerbund, and a light square jacket over all; thus normally set off, his red festive face seemed bursting with a commonplace cordiality.
It is singular how diffident a normally self-confident man can become, once he is in love.
The tendency of the whole affair to roll was partly corrected by a horizontal lateral fin on either side, and steering was chiefly effected by two vertical fins, which normally lay back like gill-flaps on either side of the head.
Perhaps a fifth part of her mind was thus occupied, and the remaining parts leapt over the little barrier of day which interposed between Monday morning and this rather subdued moment, and played with the things one does voluntarily and normally in the daylight.
Moreover, a hesitation in speaking, or rather a tendency to use the wrong words, made her seem more than normally incompetent for her years.
After Numa had again breathed normally and was able to roar out his protests and his rage, his struggles increased to Titanic proportions for a short time; but as a lion's powers of endurance are in no way proportionate to his size and strength he soon tired and lay quietly.
When I finally opened my eyes, it was daylight, and the girl's hair was in my face, and she was breathing normally.
They knew, as the man at the desk never knows, what it is to be normally hungry all the time, so that they could eat any time.