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cus·tom·ar·y

 (kŭs′tə-mĕr′ē)
adj.
1. Commonly practiced, used, or encountered; usual. See Synonyms at usual.
2. Based on custom or tradition rather than written law or contract.

cus′tom·ar′i·ly (-mâr′ə-lē) adv.
cus′tom·ar′i·ness n.

customary

(ˈkʌstəmərɪ; -təmrɪ)
adj
1. in accordance with custom or habitual practice; usual; habitual
2. (Law) law
a. founded upon long continued practices and usage rather than law
b. (of land, esp a feudal estate) held by custom
n, pl -aries
(Law)
a. a statement in writing of customary laws and practices
b. a body of such laws and customs
ˈcustomarily adv
ˈcustomariness n

cus•tom•ar•y

(ˈkʌs təˌmɛr i)
adj.
1. according to or depending on custom; usual; habitual.
2. of or established by custom rather than law.
3. Law. defined by long-continued practices.
[1515–25; < Medieval Latin]
cus•tom•ar•i•ly (ˌkʌs təˈmɛər ə li) adv.
syn: See usual.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.customary - in accordance with convention or custom; "sealed the deal with the customary handshake"
conventional - following accepted customs and proprieties; "conventional wisdom"; "she had strayed from the path of conventional behavior"; "conventional forms of address"
2.customary - commonly used or practicedcustomary - commonly used or practiced; usual; "his accustomed thoroughness"; "took his customary morning walk"; "his habitual comment"; "with her wonted candor"
usual - occurring or encountered or experienced or observed frequently or in accordance with regular practice or procedure; "grew the usual vegetables"; "the usual summer heat"; "came at the usual time"; "the child's usual bedtime"

customary

adjective
1. usual, general, common, accepted, established, traditional, normal, ordinary, familiar, acknowledged, conventional, routine, everyday It is customary to offer a drink or a snack to guests.
usual rare, unusual, exceptional, uncommon
2. accustomed, regular, usual, habitual, wonted She took her customary seat behind her desk.

customary

adjective
Commonly practiced or used:
Translations
عادي، اعتيادي، مألوف
obvyklýtradiční
almindeligsædvanlig
sem tíîkast
običajen
âdet olanalışılmış

customary

[ˈkʌstəmərɪ] ADJ [place, time] → acostumbrado, de costumbre, habitual; [wit, good humour etc] → acostumbrado, habitual; [practice] → normal, habitual
it's customary to + INFINes la costumbre + infin

customary

[ˈkʌstəməri] adj
(= usual) [behaviour, method, place, time] → habituel(le)
(by social convention) it is customary to do it → l'usage veut qu'on le fassecustom-built [ˌkʌstəmˈbɪlt] adj [kitchen] → fait(e) sur commande; [house] → construit(e) sur commande, de conception individuelle; [bed] → fait(e) sur commande

customary

adj (= conventional)üblich; (= habitual)gewohnt; it’s customary to apologizeman entschuldigt sich normalerweise or gewöhnlich; it’s customary to wear a tieman trägt normalerweise or gewöhnlich eine Krawatte; customary lawsGewohnheitsrecht nt

customary

[ˈkʌstəmrɪ] adjconsueto/a
it is customary to wear black → è consuetudine vestire di nero

custom

(ˈkastəm) noun
1. what a person etc is in the habit of doing or does regularly. It's my custom to go for a walk on Saturday mornings; religious customs.
2. the regular buying of goods at the same shop etc; trade or business. The new supermarkets take away custom from the small shops.
ˈcustomary adjective
habitual; usually done etc. It is customary to eat turkey for Christmas dinner.
ˈcustomarily adverb
ˈcustomer noun
1. a person who buys from a shop etc. our regular customers.
2. used jokingly for a person. a strange customer.
ˈcustoms noun plural
1. (the government department that collects) taxes paid on goods coming into a country. Did you have to pay customs on those watches?; He works for the customs; (also adjective) customs duty.
2. the place at a port etc where these taxes are collected. I was searched when I came through customs at the airport.
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The need to create a sacred space has been cherished through the rites of Hindu customaries. One way to honour that tradition is to have the ceremony under a four pillar canopy, and raised platform, called a mandap, which represents a temple.
low velocity trauma to the head and neck region.2 Facial trauma customaries as injuries with increased risk for parallel cervical spine or spinal cord injury.3 The existence or nonexistence of a cervical spine injury has significant inference in trauma patients, persuading airway management methods, selection of diagnostic imaging studies, surgical approach, and timing for repair of associated facial fractures.
The participants were enthralled by the colourful events, unique customaries, and unique ways of worships of Kalash community.
Improper use of toilet bowls due to customaries influenced by culture is one example of how maintenance work becomes more difficult due to cultural practices.
It specifically charts shifts that occurred in about the tenth and twelfth centuries, drawn from customaries, hagiographies, and the definitions she had identified in the Introduction to the book.