عَادِيّ \ average: usual; neither good nor bad: He has an average singing voice. common: usual; often heard or seen; happening often: a common flower; a common saying; a common event. familiar: (of sights and sounds) well known; often seen or heard: a familiar face. habitual: usual; customary; continual: She gave her habitual greeting. mediocre: of poor quality, but not actually bad; not as good as it ought to be: mediocre work. natural: usual; expected: It is not natural for anyone to live alone. normal: usual; regular: What are your normal working hours? I normally get up at 7 o’clock. ordinary: usual: not special; not strange: my ordinary duties; an ordinary person. plain: simple; of the usual kind; without ornament: in plain English (not using fancy language); plain paper (without lines); a plain blue dress (with no ornament or other colour on it); in plain clothes (not in uniform), (of people) not good-looking He was a nice boy, but rather plain and not very clever. standard: usual; not special; acting as a standard: a standard pattern; a standard size. staple: (of crops, produce, etc.) usual; main: Rice is the staple food of some countrie. usual: customary: He arrived at the usual time, but she was later than usual (than she was at most times). \ See Also معتاد (مُعْتَاد)، مألوف (مَأْلوف)، رئيسي (رئيسيّ)‏

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