Meaning of REGULAR in English

REGULAR

I. adjective see: rule Date: 14th century belonging to a religious order, 2. formed, built, arranged, or ordered according to some established rule, law, principle, or type, b. both equilateral and equiangular , having faces that are congruent ~ polygons and all the polyhedral angles congruent , having the arrangement of floral parts exhibiting radial symmetry with members of the same whorl similar in form, 3. orderly , methodical , recurring, attending, or functioning at fixed, uniform, or normal intervals , 4. constituted, conducted, scheduled, or done in conformity with established or prescribed usages, rules, or discipline, normal , standard : as, absolute , complete , thinking or behaving in an acceptable, normal, or agreeable manner , c. conforming to the normal or usual manner of inflection, weak 7, issued in large numbers over a long period for general use in prepayment of postage, of, relating to, or constituting the permanent standing military force of a state , Synonyms: see: ~ II. noun Date: 15th century one who is ~: as, one of the ~ clergy, a soldier in a ~ army, one who can be trusted or depended on , a player on an athletic team who usually starts every game, one who is usually present or participating, something of average or medium size

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