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unusual in English:

1. usual

At lunchtime today, our usual restaurant was closed because of a funeral in the family.
Now that Bush has been elected, it will be business as usual.
When speaking to an international audience, it is perhaps best to speak English a little slower than usual.
The usual business hours in this office are from nine to five.
Business as usual.
In English, the usual sentence structure is Subject - Verb - Object/Complement.
When the antecedent is this, that, these or those it is usual to use 'which'.
Usual folks like when other people are similar to themselves, and hate when they are different.
As usual, his thoughts were extremely academic.
It's much less usual for a person to be politically aware than to be politically active.
I'm not bothered. It's just my usual nightcap. Having someone to drink with on occasion might be nice.
They drank tea with lemon, for his nagging cough, with his usual lump and a half of sugar.
So she is more helpful than usual. / And making more sense than usual. / That's usually why people get divorced. / She usually likes the girls I bring home. / I'm not usually like this.
What does destroying evidence get you? The usual thing would be to contact the police, wouldn't it?
That's correct. In Japanese, ウエートレス corresponds both to the English "waitress" and "weightless". However, "waitress" is the more usual meaning.

English word "unusual"(usual) occurs in sets:

opposite & negatives eng - eng