in the usual/normal/ordinary course of business

Definition of in the usual/normal/ordinary course of business

  1. :  as part of doing regular business payments made in the usual/normal/ordinary course of business

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  accordant with usage, custom, or habit :  normal

    :  commonly or ordinarily used

    :  found in ordinary practice or in the ordinary course of events :  ordinary

  1. :  something usual

  1. :  perpendicular

    :  perpendicular to a tangent (see 1tangent 1a) at a point of tangency

    :  according with, constituting, or not deviating from a norm, rule, or principle

  1. :  a normal line

    :  the portion of a normal line to a plane curve between the curve and the x-axis

    :  one that is normal

  1. :  a prelate exercising original jurisdiction over a specified territory or group

    :  a clergyman appointed formerly in England to attend condemned criminals

    :  a judge of probate in some states of the U.S.

  1. :  of a kind to be expected in the normal order of events :  routine, usual

    :  having or constituting immediate or original jurisdiction

    :  belonging to such jurisdiction

  1. :  the act or action of moving in a path from point to point

    :  the path over which something moves or extends: such as

    :  racecourse

  1. :  to follow close upon :  pursue

    :  to hunt or pursue (game) with hounds

    :  to cause (dogs) to run (as after game)

  1. :  purposeful activity :  busyness

    :  role, function

    :  an immediate task or objective :  mission

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