regular

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈrɛgjʊlər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈrɛgyəlɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(regyə lər)


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regular

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. regular [exercise, workouts]
  2. a regular [occurrence, event, excuse]
  3. is [no, not just any, not a] regular occurrence
  4. a regular-sized [portion, meal, drink, serving]
  5. a regular [portion]
  6. Would you like small, regular, or large?
  7. regular [reports, sightings, news] of
  8. a regular [writer, columnist, listener, reporter, guest]
  9. [hold, call, attend] regular meetings
  10. regular [weekly, monthly] meetings
  11. [happen, occur, meet] on a regular basis
  12. [sell, buy, trade] at the regular price
  13. [establish, have, maintain] regular contact (with)
  14. [is, stay] in regular contact with
  15. [issue, post, offer, give, install] regular updates
  16. check for regular breathing
  17. check for a regular heartbeat
  18. [take up, give up, kick] a regular [habit, hobby]
  19. is [measured, placed, activated] at regular intervals
  20. is a regular [feature, guest] [on the show, at the hotel]
  21. is a regular user of [drugs, cocaine, amphetamines]
  22. am just a regular [guy, joe]
  23. is not (just) your regular [girl, bakery, hotel]
n
  1. a [pub, club, gym, hotel] regular
  2. is a regular at the [pub]
  3. the regulars play [pool, darts, cards]
  4. the regulars sit [at the bar, in a quiet corner]
  5. UK: a regular in the [first, soccer, football] team
  6. UK: [four] team regulars are [absent, out, injured]
  7. [most, many] of the [customers, diners] are regulars
  8. appears as a regular on the [talk, TV] show
  9. the [army, squadron, garrison] consists mainly of regulars
  10. a mix of regulars and new [drafts, conscripts, customers]
  11. is a regular at the [Anglican, Evangelical, local] church
  12. will that be a regular or [small, medium]?
additional examples
  1. a [pub, club, gym, hotel] regular
  2. is a regular at the [pub]
  3. the regulars play [pool, darts, cards]
  4. the regulars sit [at the bar, in a quiet corner]
  5. UK: a regular in the [first, soccer, football] team
  6. UK: [four] team regulars are [absent, out, injured]
  7. [most, many] of the [customers, diners] are regulars
  8. appears as a regular on the [talk, TV] show
  9. the [army, squadron, garrison] consists mainly of regulars
  10. a mix of regulars and new [drafts, conscripts, customers]
  11. is a regular at the [Anglican, Evangelical, local] church
  12. will that be a regular or [small, medium]?
  13. regular [exercise, workouts]
  14. regular [bowel movements]
  15. a regular [occurrence, event, excuse]
  16. is [no, not just any, not a] regular occurrence
  17. a regular-sized [portion, meal, drink, serving]
  18. a regular [portion]
  19. Would you like small, regular, or large?
  20. regular [reports, sightings, news] of
  21. a regular [writer, columnist, listener, reporter, guest]
  22. [hold, call, attend] regular meetings
  23. regular [weekly, monthly] meetings
  24. [happen, occur, meet] on a regular basis
  25. [sell, buy, trade] at the regular price
  26. [establish, have, maintain] regular contact (with)
  27. [is, stay] in regular contact with
  28. [issue, post, offer, give, install] regular updates
  29. check for regular breathing
  30. check for a regular heartbeat
  31. [take up, give up, kick] a regular [habit, hobby]
  32. is [measured, placed, activated] at regular intervals
  33. is a regular [feature, guest] [on the show, at the hotel]
  34. is a regular user of [drugs, cocaine, amphetamines]
  35. am just a regular [guy, joe]
  36. is not (just) your regular [girl, bakery, hotel]
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