In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(usually)generalmenteordinarily, I leave earlier — generalmente / habitualmente me voy más temprano
- he is ordinarily resident in the UK — tiene residencia habitual en el Reino Unido
- This makes them considerably less expensive for a house-hunter who ordinarily would have to pay for a site.
- But ordinarily it is best to just put everything in one book.
- Things that would ordinarily be classified as bad practice usually go unnoticed.
- This is a party at the beginning of the season here in Martha's Vineyard, and ordinarily Kay would be here.
- She said the patients who would most be affected were those who, before the walk-in centre opened, would ordinarily see their GPs.
- This was considered to be a breakthrough step because some of those legislators are not ordinarily permitted to enter China.
- Now, this ordinarily wouldn't be a problem as I have a bus pass.
- Hillsboro is not where you would ordinarily look for schools in crisis.
- Although this would ordinarily have me heading for the hills, there is more than enough strangeness and humour to balance it out.
- People who might ordinarily be overlooked typically have a voice in our discussions.
- Hypnosis merely helps them to lift inhibitions that they may, ordinarily, have against performing in public.
- Maintenance staff ordinarily clean up the litter, and it's back to life as usual.
- Well, this president has emerged as a much more polarizing figure in time of war than we're ordinarily used to.
- So the world must ordinarily appear to us in such a way that we can accept these principles.
- From what I understand you to be saying, that is not ordinarily the case.
- A book echoing this thesis wouldn't ordinarily be required reading for a sports fan or anyone else.
- The owner or spouse of the owner must ordinarily reside in the home and must also use the home for domestic or private residential purposes.
- It was also delivered to another address where the person is believed to ordinarily reside.
- The Canada Elections Act says a person must vote in the riding where he or she ordinarily resides and not where mail is delivered.
- You have to be nice to people who you ordinarily wouldn't say hello to because you need money to run a campaign.
2(averagely)medianamentemore than ordinarily intelligent — más inteligente de lo común
- It started ordinarily enough with me standing outside my local convenience store, but there seemed to be something different about it.
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