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  • as per usual — (informal) As usual • • • Main Entry: ↑per * * * as per usual informal phrase used for describing something annoying that often happens Jenny arrived ten minutes late, as per usual. Thesaurus: typical, traditional and usual …   Useful english dictionary

  • as per usual — ► as per usual as usual. Main Entry: ↑per …   English terms dictionary

  • as per usual — adverb As usual. As soon as the ice breaks up in the spring, they come to look for the sun, as if they had some doubts of his being as “per usual” <! [sic] quotation marks in the sky …   Wiktionary

  • as per usual — informal used for describing something annoying that often happens Jenny arrived ten minutes late, as per usual …   English dictionary

  • as per usual — as usual. → per …   English new terms dictionary

  • as per usual — phrasal as usual …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • as per usual — as usual, in accordance with the norm …   English contemporary dictionary

  • per — W1S3 [pə strong pə: $ pər strong pə:r] prep [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: through, by ] 1.) per hour/day/week etc during each hour etc ▪ The park attracts 4 million visitors per year. miles/kilometres per hour (=used for measuring speed) ▪ a …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • per — ► PREPOSITION 1) for each. 2) by means of. 3) (as per) in accordance with. 4) Heraldry divided by a line in the direction of. ● as per usual Cf. ↑as per usual …   English terms dictionary

  • usual — u|su|al W2S2 [ˈju:ʒuəl, ˈju:ʒəl] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Late Latin; Origin: usualis, from Latin usus; USE1] 1.) happening, done, or existing most of the time or in most situations ▪ Make a cheese sauce in the usual way. ▪ I ll meet you at the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • usual — u|su|al [ juʒuəl ] adjective *** normal or typical of what happens or what people do in most situations: She gave us her usual polite smile. Dan was wearing his usual T shirt and blue jeans. more/better/worse etc. than usual: The journey to work… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • usual — adj. VERBS ▪ be ▪ become ADVERB ▪ quite (esp. BrE), very (esp. AmE) ▪ Don t worry it s quite usual to have a few problems at first …   Collocations dictionary

  • usual — adjective 1 the same as what happens most of the time or in most situations: I ll meet you at the usual time. | Gina was her usual cheerful self. | it is unusual for sb to do sth: Is it usual for lectures to start so early? | better/more etc than …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • per — strong preposition 1 for each: per kilo/gallon/metre etc (=for each kilo etc): Apples are 60 cents per pound. | My car does about 12 miles per litre (=for each litre of petrol) . | per head (=for or by each person): How much food should we allow… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • PER — prep. 1 for each; for every (two sweets per child; five miles per hour). 2 by means of; by; through (per post; per rail). 3 (in full as per) in accordance with (as per instructions). 4 Heraldry in the direction of. Phrases and idioms: as per… …   Useful english dictionary

  • usual */*/*/ — UK [ˈjuːʒʊəl] / US [ˈjuʒuəl] adjective normal, or typical of what happens or of what people do in most situations She gave us her usual polite smile. Dan was wearing his usual T shirt and jeans. more/better/worse etc than usual: The journey to… …   English dictionary

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