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  1. regular

    • IPA[ˈreɡyələr]

    美式

    • adj.
      arranged in or constituting a constant or definite pattern, especially with the same space between individual instances;(of a structure or arrangement) arranged in or constituting a symmetrical or harmonious pattern
    • n.
      a regular customer or member, for example of a bar, store, or team;a regular member of the armed forces
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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. arranged in or constituting a constant or definite pattern, especially with the same space between individual instances:

      place the flags at regular intervals

      a regular arrangement

    • 2. (of a structure or arrangement) arranged in or constituting a symmetrical or harmonious pattern:

      beautifully regular, heart-shaped leaves

    • 3. (of a flower) having radial symmetry.
    • 4. recurring at uniform intervals:

      a regular monthly check

      her breathing became deeper, more regular

    • 5. done or happening frequently:

      regular border clashes

      parties were a fairly regular occurrence

    • 6. (of a person) doing the same thing or going to the same place frequently or at uniform intervals:

      a regular visitor

    • 7. (of a person) defecating or menstruating at predictable times:

      “Am I eating and sleeping well? Oh yes, and keeping regular too”

    • 8. conforming to or governed by an accepted standard of procedure or convention:

      policies carried on by his deputies through regular channels

    • 9. of or belonging to the permanent professional armed forces of a country:

      a regular soldier

    • 10. (of a person) properly trained or qualified and pursuing a full-time occupation:

      a strong distrust of regular doctors

    • 11. subject to or bound by religious rule; belonging to a religious or monastic order:

      the regular clergy

    • 12. rightly so called; complete; absolute (used for emphasis):

      this place is a regular fisherman's paradise

    • 13. used, done, or happening on a habitual basis; usual; customary:

      I couldn't get an appointment with my regular barber

      our regular suppliers

    • 14. of a normal or ordinary kind; not special:

      it's richer than regular pasta

    • 15. (of a person) not pretentious or arrogant; ordinary and friendly:

      advertising agencies who try to portray their candidates as regular guys

    • 16. (chiefly in commercial use) denoting merchandise, especially food or clothing, of average, medium, or standard size:

      a shake and regular fries

    • 17. (in surfing and other board sports) with the left leg in front of the right on the board.
    • 18. (of a word) following the normal pattern of inflection:

      a regular verb

    • 19. (of a figure) having all sides and all angles equal:

      a regular polygon

    • 20. (of a solid) bounded by a number of equal figures.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a regular customer or member, for example of a bar, store, or team:

      attracting a richer clientele as its regulars

    • 2. a regular member of the armed forces:

      the garrison consisted of 200 regulars

    • 3. a member of a political party who is faithful to that party:

      he plans to sell tickets to the big-money party regulars

    • 4. one of the regular clergy.
    • n. an ordinary, uncomplicated, sociable man.

    • pub regulars

      the absence of four first-team regulars

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    • n. a sequence of symbols and characters expressing a string or pattern to be searched for within a longer piece of text.

    • pub regulars

      the absence of four first-team regulars

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    • n. a verb following the normal pattern of inflection:

    • the general rule is that regular verbs form the past tense by adding -ed

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    • n. a sequence of symbols and characters expressing a string or pattern to be searched for within a longer piece of text.

    • the general rule is that regular verbs form the past tense by adding -ed

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    • ph. do the same thing at the same time every day, especially getting up and going to bed

    • the general rule is that regular verbs form the past tense by adding -ed

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    • ph. do the same thing at the same time every day, especially getting up and going to bed

    • the general rule is that regular verbs form the past tense by adding -ed

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    • ph. do the same thing at the same time every day

    • the general rule is that regular verbs form the past tense by adding -ed

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    • ph. very regularly; repeatedly and predictably

    • the general rule is that regular verbs form the past tense by adding -ed

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    • IPA[ˈrɛɡjʊlə]

    英式

    • adj.
      arranged in or constituting a constant or definite pattern, especially with the same space between individual instances:
    • plant the flags at regular intervals

      a regular arrangement

    • n.
      a regular customer, member of a team, etc.:
    • pub regulars

      the absence of four first-team regulars

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