convention, normal, pattern, rule, formula(adj)
something regarded as a normative example
"the convention of not naming the main character"; "violence is the rule not the exception"; "his formula for impressing visitors"
form, expression, ruler, practice, regulation, radiation diagram, formula, dominion, principle, rule, figure, approach pattern, chemical formula, linguistic rule, shape, radiation pattern, prescript, blueprint, traffic pattern, conventionalism, conventionality, recipe, pattern, convening, convention, design
subnormal, psychical, supranormal, deviant, brachydactylic, supernormal, unnatural, defective, irregular, vicarious, parallel, atypical, abnormal, aberrant, psychic, freakish, antidromic, anomalous, parapsychological, exceptional(a), oblique, kinky, paranormal, psychokinetic, perverted, deviate, brachydactylous
conforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm; not abnormal
"serve wine at normal room temperature"; "normal diplomatic relations"; "normal working hours"; "normal word order"; "normal curiosity"; "the normal course of events"
aberrant, irregular, perverted, parapsychological, subnormal, unnatural, deviant, psychic, abnormal, vicarious, deviate, supernormal, brachydactylic, parallel, paranormal, atypical, oblique, kinky, defective, psychokinetic, brachydactylous, antidromic, freakish, psychical, exceptional(a), supranormal, anomalous
in accordance with scientific laws
anomalous, subnormal, defective, supranormal, aberrant, psychic, brachydactylic, vicarious, deviant, psychokinetic, perverted, brachydactylous, abnormal, unnatural, freakish, deviate, exceptional(a), atypical, kinky, psychical, paranormal, antidromic, supernormal, parallel, oblique, parapsychological, irregular
being approximately average or within certain limits in e.g. intelligence and development
"a perfectly normal child"; "of normal intelligence"; "the most normal person I've ever met"
perverted, exceptional(a), antidromic, parallel, unnatural, psychic, oblique, anomalous, kinky, subnormal, atypical, abnormal, paranormal, parapsychological, deviant, psychokinetic, brachydactylous, psychical, supernormal, aberrant, supranormal, freakish, deviate, irregular, brachydactylic, defective, vicarious
forming a right angle
oblique, aberrant, abnormal, atypical, psychokinetic, unnatural, brachydactylous, deviant, freakish, supernormal, brachydactylic, kinky, psychical, defective, subnormal, paranormal, deviate, anomalous, vicarious, supranormal, perverted, irregular, parallel, parapsychological, exceptional(a), antidromic, psychic
Felicia baked the bread the normal way.
Healthy; not sick or ill
John is feeling normal again.
Perpendicular to a tangent line or derivative of a surface in Euclidean space.
The interior normal vector of a ideal perfect sphere will always point toward the center, and the exterior normal vector directly away, and both will always be co-linear with the ray whose' tip ends at the point of intersection, which is the intersection of all three sets of points.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
That which is natural is according to nature; that which is normal is according to the standard or rule which is observed or claimed to prevail in nature; a deformity may be natural, symmetry is normal; the normal color of the crow is black, while the normal color of the sparrow is gray, but one is as natural as the other. Typical refers to such an assemblage of qualities as makes the specimen, genus, etc., a type of some more comprehensive group, while normal is more commonly applied to the parts of a single object; the specimen was typical; color, size, and other characteristics, normal. The regular is etymologically that which is according to rule, hence that which is steady and constant, as opposed to that which is fitful and changeable; the normal action of the heart is regular. That which is common is shared by a great number of persons or things; disease is common, a normal state of health is rare. Compare GENERAL; USUAL.
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We would feel really comfortable -- absent Paul Ryan -- if John Boehner remained until at least we got through those issues, and we had time to conduct a normal kind of (leadership) contest, and we could start with someone new in January or frankly at the beginning of the next term.
Our supreme task is the resumption of our onward, normal way.
It's not a normal condition for cycling in Europe or America, you have to train a lot of years to be able to do things like this.
It was smoldering and smoking just like a normal fire, as soon as we started driving, it just exploded. That's the best I can say.
Everything depends on the effort by the government after this attack to reassure our international partners and the friends of the country to continue to come here, if the government can limit it to just one attack then I think the climate of fear will dissipate quite quickly and things will go back to normal.
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- طبيعي, عاديArabic
- normalCatalan, Valencian
- normal, rask, almindeligDanish
- normal, NormaleGerman
- φυσιολογικός, κάθετοςGreek
- bien, normal, sanoSpanish
- harilik, normaalEstonian
- säännöllinen, säännönmukainen, normaaliFinnish
- normal, normaleFrench
- normálta, gnách, gnáth-Irish
- נורמלי, רגילHebrew
- nòmalHaitian Creole
- normális, rendes, jól, normálHungarian
- 通常, 常態, 普通, 正常Japanese
- gewone, normaal, gewoon, normaleDutch
- alminnelig, normal, ordinær, vanligNorwegian
- normalny, zwykłyPolish
- uzual, normal, obișnuitRomanian
- нормальный, обыкновенный, обычный, нормальRussian
- bình thườngVietnamese
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