Definition of usually in English:

usually

adverb

  • Under normal conditions; generally.

    ‘he usually arrives home about one o'clock’
    ‘heat-resistant paints are usually black or aluminium-coloured’
    • ‘Fleas are a fairly common problem and they are usually brought into the house by pets.’
    • ‘Bear in mind that most white wines are high in acid, while reds are usually high in tannin.’
    • ‘It has urged the government do more to encourage women into jobs usually taken up by men.’
    • ‘The fête was held for the first time on a Saturday, usually it is held on a Friday evening.’
    • ‘It is well known that the average life of a local protest group is usually just a couple of years.’
    normally, generally, habitually, customarily, standardly, routinely, regularly, typically, ordinarily, commonly, conventionally, traditionally, historically
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Pronunciation

usually

/ˈjuːʒʊəli/