1 of the most normal, frequent, or regular type; customary
that's the usual sort of application to send
2 ordinary or commonplace events (esp. in the phrase out of the usual)
Informal the habitual or usual drink, meal, etc.
(C14: from Late Latin usualis ordinary, from Latin usus use)
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