Regular events have equal amounts of time between them, so that they happen, for example, at the same time each day or each week.
Now its time for ourregularlook at the world of international sport…
…after a morning punctuated byregularvolleys of gunfire…
This condition usually clears up withregularshampooing.
ADJ-GRADED;If you are, for example, a regular customer at a shop or a regular visitor to a place, you go there often.
Tell me, Mr Mentakis, was Mrs Savalas one of yourregularcustomers?…
She has become aregularvisitor to Houghton Hall.
N-COUNT;;;The regulars at a place or in a team are the people who often go to the place or are often in the team.
Regulars at his local pub have set up a fund to help out…
ADJ;You use regular when referring to the thing, person, time, or place that is usually used by someone. For example, someones regular place is the place where they usually sit.
The man sat at hisregulartable near the window.
ADJ-GRADEDA regular rhythm consists of a series of sounds or movements with equal periods of time between them.
He stood in the doorway, listening to her quiet,regularbreathing.
The product looks and burns like aregularcigarette…
He describes himself as just aregularguy from suburban Chicago.
ADJ()In some restaurants, a regular drink or quantity of food is of medium size.
ADJ-GRADED;A regular pattern or arrangement consists of a series of things with equal spaces between them.
…strange small rounded sandy hillocks, that look as if theyve been scattered in aregularpattern on the ground.
ADJ-GRADED;If something has a regular shape, both halves are the same and it has straight edges or a smooth outline.
ADJRegular troops are professional soldiers who are a permanent part of an official national army.
Most schemes attempt to reduce the cost of defence through a smallerregulararmy…
Only about a third of the reinforcements will beregulartroops.
ADJ()In grammar, a regular verb, noun, or adjective inflects in the same way as most verbs, nouns, or adjectives in the language.