- 1 1.1 (usual, standard) normal above/below normal por encima/por debajo de lo normal when things get back to normal cuando todo vuelva a la normalidad, cuando la situación se normalice it's normal to tip the driver se acostumbra or se suele dar una propina al conductor it's normal for them to react like that o it's normal that they should react like that es normal que reaccionen así normal service will be resumed as soon as possible [Television/Televisión] se reanudará la emisión lo antes posibleMore example sentences1.2 (of health, behavior) [person/development] normal
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- The news was on a repeat schedule at this hour since it was normal for them to repeat the news at night.
- Under normal circumstances you would expect the latter to have a much lower price tag.
- The queue of traffic had stopped again after moving a few meters, a pace which seemed about normal for the rush hour in the middle of York on a Wednesday morning.
- In some cases, children with dominant single gene disorders are born to normal parents.
- He's just a normal person that probably has a few mental issues he needs to deal with.
- Take advantage of this quiet mental time to see how normal people live.
- 2 2.1 [Mathematics/Matemáticas] [line] normal 2.2 [Chemistry/Química] [solution] normalMore example sentences
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- Therefore, 1L of normal saline should be given per hour to start.
- An infusion of IV normal saline frequently corrects hypotension and increases cardiac output.
- The probe was rinsed with sterile normal saline between measurements of each raft.
- Unless the radar signal is normal to some surface (extremely low probability) the radar receives no return.
- In physics, the critical angle is described with respect to the normal line.
- The hard perturbations in this study caused the trajectory to move in a direction that was normal to the limit cycle.
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