1 usualu'swaladjgewöhnlich, üblich, gängig, gebräuchlich, geläufigadjetivousualusual [usu'al]num1num (de siempre) üblichnum2num (común) gebräuchlichnum3num (tradicional) herkömmlich
3 Business----* Business International Inc. = Business International Inc..* * ** Business International Inc. = Business International Inc..
4 Business International Inc.= Business International Inc.Ex. Business International Inc. is another US service covering economic and marketing activities in over seventy countries.* * *= Business International Inc.
Ex: Business International Inc. is another US service covering economic and marketing activities in over seventy countries.
5 clase business(n.) = business classEx. An Australian respondent earned AUD 105,000 but pointed out this was part of a package which came with a car, free petrol, mobile phone, part home phone bill paid, business class travel, etc..* * *(n.) = business class
Ex: An Australian respondent earned AUD 105,000 but pointed out this was part of a package which came with a car, free petrol, mobile phone, part home phone bill paid, business class travel, etc..
6 usualadj.usual.lo usual es hacerlo así people usually do it this wayno es usual verlo por aquí it's unusual to see him here* * *► adjetivo1 usual, common* * *adj.* * *ADJ usual, customary* * *adjetivo usual, normal* * *----* inusual = unusual.* poco usual = unusual.* * *adjetivo usual, normal* * ** inusual = unusual.* poco usual = unusual.* * *usual, normalno es usual que venga tanta gente there aren't usually o normally so many people here, it's unusual for there to be so many people here* * *
usual adjetivo usual, common, normal
' usual' also found in these entries:
* * *usual adjusual;lo usual es hacerlo así people usually do it this way;no es usual verlo por aquí it's unusual to see him here* * *adj common, usual* * *usual adj: usual, common, normalpoco usual: not very common♦ usualmente adv
7 interpretación usual• broad interpretation• customary interpretation• usual interpretation
8 ser usual• be common• be customary• be usual
9 usual• conventional• customary• customy• usual
11 derecho usual
12 interpretación usual* * *обычное, привычное толкование
13 usualобычный; (обще)употребительный* * *adjобыкновенный; обычный; соответствующий обычаю
14 show business
16 poco usualadj.unusual.* * *(adj.) = unusualEx. If the book has an unusual shape then both the height and the width of the book will be given.* * *(adj.) = unusual
Ex: If the book has an unusual shape then both the height and the width of the book will be given.
17 businessсущ.общ. бизнес
18 carácter usualсущ.общ. обиходность
19 categorìa businessсущ.общ. бизнес-класс
20 derecho usualсущ.юр. обычное право
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