Spanish Word of the Day Archive
Thursday March 22, 2007

regular, adverb:
so-so; not brilliantly

If you ask someone how they are in Spanish they may reply with the single word regular:

¿Cómo te encuentras? - Regular.
How are you? - So-so.

Regular means ‘ok’ but not exceptional.

¿Qué te pareció la película? - Regular.
What did you think of the film? - So-so OR Nothing special.

Me fue regular en el examen.
My exam didn’t go brilliantly.


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