Noun(1) an unvarying or habitual method or procedure(2) a short performance that is part of a longer program(3) a set sequence of steps, part of larger computer program
Adjective(1) found in the ordinary course of events
(1) Parasoft's own developers follow a strict routine and are required to turn in their code for testing every night by 7.(2) Vets had spotted suspect lesions on the sheep while carrying out routine checks.(3) With insurers paying for even routine care, consumers lack incentives to shop for low-cost, high-value care.(4) She wound up her dance routine with a wobbly pirouette and took a little bow.(5) Although many said the regular routine of their lives was perfectly amiable, all agreed that just occasionally there needed to be great rejoicing of some kind.(6) The best advice is to send your machine in for routine service rather than tolerate intermittent problems.(7) The cost of treatment in respect of infertility is allowable but not routine maternity care resulting from a pregnancy.(8) He approaches Liliya and the two begin to dance their old routine .(9) What should be a routine story in most national papers suddenly assumes gigantic proportions when the editor of a leading paper uses it to thrash the present government.(10) There's a routine that we follow in the prison, day in day out, getting up for the bell and going to bed again when it sounds for the last time.(11) He developed a nightly routine of studying a few chapters by the light of the campfire.(12) Savings multiply as you realise how many routine business processes can be moved out of the enterprise onto the end user through self-service functions.(13) Mothers or other adult caretakers feed children, dress them, and perform routine physical care well into the young childhood years.(14) They followed the same routine with other aspects of the project.(15) The management said it was a routine warning.(16) It has not only allowed for wage savings but also facilitated a greater amount of control, as well as helping perform routine activities such as backing up files.
(1) daily routine :: 日課
1. standard ::
2. mundane ::
3. procedure ::
4. act ::
5. modus operandi ::
6. turn ::
7. subprogram ::
Different Formsroutine, routinely, routines, subroutine, subroutines
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