The word reguláis is the present form of regular in the second person plural. See the full regular conjugation.
regular(
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lahr
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (uniform)
a. regular
Necesitamos colocar la máquina sobre una superficie regular.We need to put the machine on a regular surface.
2. (mediocre)
a. fair
Las notas de Johnny son regulares a pesar de que concentra sus esfuerzos en el deporte.Johnny still gets fair grades despite focusing all his efforts on sport.
b. ordinary
Fui al nuevo restaurante italiano y me pareció bastante regular.I went to the new Italian restaurant and I thought it was pretty ordinary.
3. (common)
a. normal
Por favor entreguen su tarea en el formato regular.Please hand in the assignment in the normal format.
b. usual
Nos vemos en la biblioteca a la hora regular.See you at the library at the usual time.
4. (medium-sized)
a. medium
¿Café chico o regular? - Regular está bien.Small, or medium coffee? - Medium's fine.
b. regular
¿Qué tamaño de batido quieres? - Regular, por favor.What size milkshake would you like? - Regular, please.
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
5. (military)
a. regular
Los regulares del ejército llevan un entrenamiento intenso.Army regulars go through intense training.
An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
6. (more or less)
a. so-so
¿Cómo has estado, Dany? - Regular, Fer. David sigue sin trabajo.How have you been, Dany? - So-so, Fer. David's still unemployed.
b. all right
¿Qué tal hornea Diana? Nunca he probado sus postres. - Regular. Nada extraordinary, en realidad.How does Diana bake? I've never tried her desserts. - All right. Nothing out of the ordinary, really.
c. not too bad
¿Cómo te fue anoche en el trabajo? - Regular, una que otra buena propina.How was work last night? - Not too bad. There were some good tips.
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
7. (to manage)
a. to control
Se hicieron nuevas propuestas para regular la venta de armas.New proposals were made to control arms sales.
b. to regulate
El gobierno quiere regular la entrada de inmigrantes ilegales.The government wants to regulate the entry of illegal immigrants.
8. (to fix)
a. to adjust
Urge regular la temperatura en la sala de juntas.The temperature in the conference room needs to be adjusted.
b. to regulate
¿Dónde está el botón para regular las luces del coche?Where's the switch to regulate the car lights?
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regular
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (uniforme)
a. regular
de un modo regularregularly
2. (mediocre)
a. average, fair
3. (normal)
a. normal, usual
4. (de tamaño)
a. medium
por lo regularas a rule, generally
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
5. (military)
a. regular
An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
6. (no muy bien)
a. so-so
lleva unos días regular, tiene un poco de fiebreshe's been so-so the last few days, she's got a bit of a temperature
¿qué tal el concierto? — regularhow was the concert? — nothing special
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
7. (actividad, economía, tráfico)
a. to control, to regulate
8. (mecanismo)
a. to adjust
la normativa regula estos casosthe regulations govern these cases
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regular
adjective
1 (normal) normal; usual
2 (común) ordinary
por lo regular as a rule; generally
3 (uniforme) regular
a intervalos regulares at regular intervals; tiene un latido regular it has a regular beat
4 (mediano) medium; average
de tamaño regular medium-sized; average-sized
5 (no muy bueno) so-so; not too bad
es una novela regular it's an average sort of novel; —¿qué tal la fiesta? —regular "what was the party like?" — "it was O.K. o all right o not too bad"; —¿qué tal estás? —regular "how are you?" — "so-so o all right o can't complain"
6 (Religión) (Mil) regular
regular
transitive verb
1 (ajustar) to regulate; control; [+ley] to govern; [+tráfico, precio] to control;
2 (Mecánica) to adjust; regulate; [+reloj] to put right; [+despertador] to set
3 (México) (calcular) to calculate
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