There are 2 main translations of ordinario in English:

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ordinario 1

also: feminine: ordinaria

adjetivo

  • 2 (de mala calidad)
    poor o bad quality
    una tela ordinaria
    a poor-quality material
    un vino ordinario
    a very average wine
  • 4de ordinario de ordinario está cerrado a estas horas
    it's usually o normally closed at this time
    hay menos gente que de ordinario
    there are fewer people than usual o normal
Example sentences
  • Fujimori tiene un régimen cerrado que puede ser ordinario o especial.
  • En este caso no hay que acudir al Indecu, sino a la justicia ordinaria.
  • El Consejo de Decanato de Ciencias y Tecnología, en su sesión ordinaria No.

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There are 2 main translations of ordinario in English:

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ordinario 2
also: feminine: ordinaria

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • (persona poco refinada)
    vulgar o [peyorativo] common person
    (persona grosera)
    rude o bad-mannered person
Example sentences
  • Quiero precisar que estos sacerdotes permanecen bajo la exclusiva jurisdicción de su respectivo ordinario diocesano.
  • De ordinario debieran evitarse los aranceles.
  • Ayudaría mucho declarar los derechos y privilegios de los obispos titulares y explicar minuciosamente los oficios episcopales que no pueden ejercer sin licencia del ordinario.

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