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Usually

usually

adverb

used for saying what happens, or what people do in most situations

generally

adverb

by most people, or in most instances

normally

adverb

in most situations or cases

mostly

adverb

usually, most of the time, or in most situations

commonly

adverb

usually or frequently

typically

adverb

usually

in general

in most situations, or for most people

popularly

adverb

by most people, or in most situations

nine times out of ten

nearly always

as a rule

used for saying what usually happens

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a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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