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rou·tine

 (ro͞o-tēn′)
n.
1.
a. A set of customary or unchanging and often mechanically performed activities or procedures: a routine of housework. See Synonyms at method.
b. The practice of such activities or procedures: "Routine had caused stagnation" (Garry Wills).
2. A scripted piece of entertainment, especially in a nightclub or theater: The audience laughed at the comedian's routine.
3. Slang A particular kind of behavior or activity: Must you go into your hurt routine when you don't get your way?
4. Computers A set of programming instructions designed to perform a specific limited task.
adj.
1. In accord with established procedure: a routine check of passports.
2. Habitual; regular: made his routine trip to the store.
3. Having no special quality; ordinary: a routine day.

[French, from route, route, from Old French; see route.]

rou·tine′ly adv.
rou·tin′ism n.
rou·tin′ist n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.routinely - according to routine or established practice; "he routinely parked in a no-parking zone"

routinely

adverb
In an expected or customary manner; for the most part:
Idioms: as usual, per usual.
Translations

routinely

[ruːˈtiːnlɪ] ADV [use, check] → de forma rutinaria, rutinariamente
the drug is routinely used to treat depressionel fármaco es utilizado rutinariamente para el tratamiento de la depresión
she routinely works a 60-hour weektrabajar 60 horas por semana forma parte de su rutina

routinely

[ruːˈtiːnli] adv
(= as a matter of course) → systématiquement
(= invariably) → habituellement

routinely

adv use, tortureregelmäßig; testroutinemäßig; describeüblicherweise
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