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normal /'nɔ:məl/
  • tính từ
    • thường, thông thường, bình thường
      • normal temperature: độ nhiệt bình thường
    • tiêu chuẩn; ((toán học)) chuẩn tác
      • normal function: hàm chuẩn tắc
    • (toán học) trực giao
    • danh từ
      • tình trạng bình thường, mức bình thường
        • situation returns to normal: tình hình trở lại bình thường
      • (toán học) pháp tuyến
      • (vật lý) lượng trung bình
      • (y học) thân nhiệt bình thường
      • (hoá học) dung dịch đương lượng
    Concise Dictionary
    normals'nɔrml /'nɔːm-
    +something regarded as a normative example
    +conforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm; not abnormal
    +in accordance with scientific laws
    +being approximately average or within certain limits in e.g. intelligence and development
    +forming a right angle

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    1 standard, regular, average, conventional, usual, run-of-the-mill, ordinary, routine, universal, general, common, customary, natural, typical, conformist, orthodox; healthy:
    If living in this mess seems normal to you, we clearly have different standards. His temperature and pulse are normal.
    2 sane, stable, rational, reasonable, well-adjusted:
    After he had set fire to his school, Julian's parents began to wonder if he was quite normal.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    adjective, noun
    + adjective
    1 typical, usual or ordinary; what you would expect: quite / perfectly (= completely) normal + Her temperature is normal. + It's normal to feel tired after such a long trip. + Divorce is complicated enough in normal circumstances, but this situation is even worse. + Under normal circumstances, I would say 'yes'. + He should be able to lead a perfectly normal life. + In the normal course of events I wouldn't go to that part of town. + We are open during normal office hours. + It is normal practice to inform somebody if you want to leave early. + My day began in the normal way, and then I received a very strange phone call.
    2 not suffering from any mental disorder: People who commit such crimes aren't normal.
    Antonym: ABNORMAL
    Idioms see PER

    + noun [U] the usual or average state, level or standard: above / below normal + Things soon returned to normal.

    normal / usual / ordinary
    Normal is used to describe something that is what you would expect and is the same as others of the same type: We are open during normal working hours. + Your temperature is back to normal.
    Usual has a similar meaning and is used especially to talk about something that happens or is done most of the time or in most cases: I'll see you at the usual time. + She had all the usual teenage problems.
    With ordinary you are often making a contrast with something else that is unusual or special in some way: It began as just an ordinary Saturday, but soon became a day I would never forget. + He was clearly no ordinary student.
    Collocation Dictionary


    be/go back to, return to
    After a week of festivities, life returned to normal.


    above ~
    The rainfall has been above normal for the time of year.
    | below ~
    Sales to December are well below normal.
    | near ~
    His pulse rate had slowed to somewhere near normal.



    be, look, seem | become | consider sth, regard sth as, view sth as
    It is now regarded as normal for women to work outside the home.


    very | completely, perfectly, quite
    It started out as a perfectly normal day.
    | fairly, near, pretty
    I'd say it was pretty normal to be upset if your house burned down.


    The temperature is near normal for spring.


    as normal
    First work out the answers as normal.
    | in the normal way
    Go for your check-ups in the normal way until you are six months pregnant.
    | in/under normal circumstances
    Under normal circumstances Martin would probably have gone to university.
    | sb's normal self
    Mandy doesn't seem her normal self today.

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