English - Vietnamese Dictionary
normal /'nɔ:məl/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- thường, thông thường, bình thường
- normal temperature: độ nhiệt bình thường
- tiêu chuẩn; ((toán học)) chuẩn tác
- normal function: hàm chuẩn tắc
- danh từ
- tình trạng bình thường, mức bình thường
- situation returns to normal: tình hình trở lại bình thường
- (vật lý) lượng trung bình
- (y học) thân nhiệt bình thường
- (hoá học) dung dịch đương lượng
normals'nɔrml /'nɔːm-Thesaurus Dictionary
+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
Advanced English 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.
adjective, nounCollocation Dictionary
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.
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.
VERB + NORMAL
be/go back to, return to
After a week of festivities, life returned to normal.
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. adj
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.
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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