normalmente en Inglés

Pronunciación
adv. as a rule, normally, usually

Ejemplos

Mientras uno conducía el carro, el otro luchaba, normalmente con una lanza o con arco y flecha.
While one drove the chariot, the second would fight, usually with a spear or bow and arrow.
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Los cerdos hormigueros normalmente son confundidos con los osos hormigueros.
Aardvarks are normally confused with anteaters.
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Normalmente no tomo café.
As a rule, I don't drink coffee.
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Normalmente, los gatos odian a los perros.
Cats usually hate dogs.
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Cristóbal Colón era conocido por silenciar a su despertador repetidamente golpeándolo con su puño. Desafortunadamente, su "despertador" era normalmente su primer oficial.
Christopher Columbus was notorious for repeatedly snoozing his alarm clock by hitting it with his fist. Unfortunately, his "alarm clock" was usually his first mate.
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¿Normalmente comes más de cinco trozos de pizza al mes?
Do you usually eat more than five slices of pizza a month?
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Todo tiene dos lados: el lado bueno y el lado malo. Desafortunadamente, normalmente vemos sólo uno de ellos.
Everything has its good side and bad side. Unfortunately, we usually see only one of them.
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Todo tiene dos lados: el lado bueno y el lado malo. Desafortunadamente, normalmente vemos sólo uno de ellos.
Everything has two sides: the good side and the bad side. Unfortunately, we usually see only one of them.
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Desde una perspectiva social, la menarquia normalmente se considera el acontecimiento central de la pubertad femenina - pero la menarquia no necesariamente indica que la ovulación haya comenzado.
From a social perspective, menarche is typically considered the central event of female puberty - but menarche does not necessarily signal that ovulation has begun occuring.
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Normalmente es directo y sincero, y así consigue ganarse la confianza de aquellos que le conocen.
He is usually straightforward and sincere and thereby gains the confidence of those who meet him.
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Sinónimos

habitualmente: regularmente, corrientemente


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