usually (comparative more usually, superlative most usually)
- Most of the time; less than always, but more than occasionally.
- Except for one or two days a year, he usually walks to work.
- He and Gerald usually challenged the rollers in a sponson canoe when Gerald was there for the weekend ; or, when Lansing came down, the two took long swims seaward or cruised about in Gerald's dory, clad in their swimming-suits; and Selwyn's youth became renewed in a manner almost ridiculous, […].
- Under normal conditions.
- (most of the time): generally, mainly, commonly, regularly, mostly, on the whole, in the main, for the most part, by and large, most often, ordinarily, wontedly
- (under normal conditions): customarily, habitually, wontly, normally, routinely, as a rule
most of the time
- Arabic: عَادَةً (ʿādatan)
- Armenian: սովորաբար (hy) (sovorabar)
- Catalan: normalment
- Cantonese: 平時, 平时 (ping4 si4)
- Mandarin: 通常 (zh) (tōngcháng)
- Crimean Tatar: esasen, adetince, çoqu
- Czech: obvykle (cs)
- Danish: som regel, sædvanligvis
- Finnish: yleensä (fi), tavallisesti (fi), useimmiten
- French: généralement (fr), habituellement (fr), d'habitude (fr), normalement (fr), usuellement (fr)
- Galician: usualmente
- Georgian: ჩვეულებრივ (čveulebriv)
- German: gewöhnlich (de)
- Greek: συνήθως (el) (syníthos)
- Hindi: आम्म तौर पर (āmma taur par)
- Hungarian: általában (hu), rendszerint (hu)
- Ido: maxim-multa-kaze (io)
- Irish: go hiondúil
- Italian: di solito (it), generalmente (it), solitamente (it)