regular guy

regular guy

a normal and dependable guy. Don't worry about Tom. He's a regular guy. He won't give you any trouble.
See also: guy, regular

regular guy

Also, regular fellow. A nice or agreeable person, as in Luke's a regular guy, or Hilda's a regular fellow. [Colloquial; first half of 1800s]
See also: guy, regular
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He looks like a regular guy in the rotation,'' Carroll said.
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QA How can a regular guy like myself receive financing for a franchise or even find an investor who is willing to front the money while I run the business?
Batman - he's just a regular guy with no real superpower