- n. [计] 程序；日常工作；例行公事
- adj. 日常的；例行的
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- routine: see rut
- routine (n.)
- 1670s, from French routine "usual course of action, beaten path" (16c.), from route "way, path, course" (see route (n.)) + noun suffix -ine (see -ine (1)). Theatrical or athletic performance sense is from 1926. The adjective is attested from 1817, from the noun. Related: Routinely.
- 1. Jack had attended these meetings as a matter of routine for years.
- 2. She was bored with the deadening routine of her life.
- 3. He continued to mow the lawn and do other routine chores.
- 4. Family holidays are meant to be a break from routine.
- 5. His manual dexterity and fine spatial skills were wasted on routine tasks.
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