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As is typical; as often happens. Sam is ignoring me, as usual. I wonder if he'll ever forgive me. The writers' group is meeting at the coffee shop on Saturday morning, as usual.
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as is the normal or typical situation. John ordered eggs for breakfast, as usual. He stood quietly as usual, waiting for the bus to come.
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In the normal, habitual, or accustomed way, as in As usual, he forgot to put away the milk. This idiom was first recorded in 1716. Also see business as usual.
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as ˈusualin the same way as what happens most of the time or in most cases: Steve, as usual, was the last to arrive. ♢ As usual at that hour, the place was deserted. ♢ Despite her problems, she carried on working as usual.
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As commonly or habitually happens: As usual, I slept late that Saturday morning.
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