(not out of the ordinary)
→ The two countries have resumed normal diplomatic relations.
→ Traffic was normal for an August weekend.
a normal car une voiture normale
to lead a normal life mener une vie normale
→ He has occasional injections to maintain his good health but otherwise he lives a normal life.
in normal circumstances, under normal circumstances en temps normal
→ In normal circumstances I would have resigned immediately.
to continue as normal se poursuivre normalement
→ Life in Israel will continue as normal.
worse than normal pire que d'habitude
→ London's traffic was worse than normal during Tube strike.
[place, time] habituel (le)
→ Mrs. Robinson had assumed her normal place, whistle clamped between her teeth.
→ They are away from their normal place of employment, on a training course.
at the normal time à l'heure habituelle
(=physically or mentally healthy) normal (e)
→ Will the baby be normal?
→ Statistics indicate that depressed patients are more likely to become ill than are normal people.
n to get back to normal
[situation, person, family] revenir à la normale → "It's been one of those weeks," said Smith after the match. "It may take another week or so to settle down before we can get back to normal. to return to normal
[weather, conditions] redevenir normal (e) → Even the weather has returned to normal.
(=regulation time) temps m réglementaire
at the end of normal time à l'issue du temps réglementaire
→ Di Canio was embroiled in an exchange when the whistle went at the end of normal time
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