Routinely - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ruːˈtiːnli|  American pronunciation of the word routinely
Brit.  |ruːˈtiːnli|  British pronunciation of the word routinely


- according to routine or established practice

he routinely parked in a no-parking zone


Grandma gets upset if we change her routine.

A brisk walk is part of her morning routine.

The job will be easier once you settle into a routine.

The surgery has become a very routine operation and poses little danger.

He criticized her routine absence from important meetings.

The more you do it, the more routine it becomes.

They hire high-school students for routine work such as filing.

Data entry becomes routine very quickly.

This vaccine is already routinely used.

he routinely parked in a no-parking zone

...the sediment at the bottom of the river needs to be routinely dredged so that it doesn't interfere with barge traffic...

...students at the private school were once routinely birched for violating the rules...

...the city's firefighters routinely put their lives in jeopardy by executing daring rescues...

...that tabloid routinely publishes the most moronically mendacious stories about celebrities...

Hotels routinely oversell their rooms, expecting a small percentage of no-shows.

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