customary στα Ινδονησιακά
“What does his mother think of you?” asked Lady Lorridale, adopting her customary disposition to get straight to the point.
Mr Fogg paid the customary fee, and after having bowed coldly, he exited, followed by his servant.
One couldn't hear the doors closing at all. They probably had left them open, as is customary in an apartment where a huge misfortune has taken place.
But this impression only lasted a moment. This soldier with gray hair and near-sighted glasses who, in the midst of war, was retaining his customary manner of a building director receiving his clients,
Desnoyers trembled, believing that he had received a blow in the chest. The other men remained impassive with their customary indifference.
In the customary attitude of military erectness, he spoke in his own language while the Count listened with a bored air, meanwhile passing his fingers idly over the keys.
retreating with infantile coquetry from the arms of her lover. But in a few minutes she would recover her customary gravity, the serious look that had become habitual with her since the outbreak of hostilities.
The day before, the bank had declined to pay it for lack of the customary official advice. Afterward they said that they had received the advice, but did not give him the money.
The soldiers, with their customary promptitude, without receiving any orders, approached their guns which were in horizontal position, pointing through the loopholes.
Vehicles were running into each other, and when the conductors resorted to the customary threats, the crowds would intervene and make them shake hands.
in accordance with convention or custom: conventional
commonly used or practiced; usual: usual, accustomed, habitual, wonted