Regular It is a notion that, as indicated in the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE ), has its etymological origin in the Latin word assiduus. It is an adjective that qualifies what is usual, usual, constant or persistent .
For example: "The murdered man was a regular bar customer", “My son is a regular at rock concerts”, “I am a regular user of social networks because they are technological tools that help me spread my work”.
The term assiduous is antonym of occasional, sporadic, casual or random. Suppose a man has dinner every Saturday at the same restaurant for fifteen years. It can be said that this subject is a regular diner of the gastronomic establishment in question. Instead, a young man who attended the restaurant only three times in a decade is an occasional customer.
A person It can be assiduous to multiple places: to a restaurant, a bar, a summer resort, a library, a museum, etc. There is no exact amount of visits that makes the subject a regular of a place. The concept is relative and subjective and its validity generally depends on the context.
Many people are regulars, as we have mentioned, to a leisure place and they can be for numerous reasons, such as:
-It is close to their homes and allows them to drink something without having to be aware after taking the car or a means of public transport to return home.
-They find an environment and music that they find pleasant, in which they feel comfortable and that they like.
-The range of drinks or meals offered at the place they like.
-The establishment meets the expectations and conditions appropriate to your preferences in terms of decoration, cleaning or hygiene in general.
-The professionals who are in charge of the place are nice and have a close touch, and even become acquaintances and friends.
The term assiduous is also frequently used within the field of television. Specifically, it is used to refer to the group of people who usually work in different programs as collaborators or commentators. Thus, when a professional is very habitual to go to work in that space on a regular basis, he is said to be a regular contributor. And that same concept is then used in the same way in what are other media such as radio and even the written press.
Thus, there are, for example, politicians, celebrities and even journalists who are regular contributors of newspapers making their corresponding opinion articles on a myriad of topics.
The fact of "Be assiduous" It can be positive, negative or lack qualification. That a soccer player is a Regular member of the national team from his country reveals that it maintains a high level. A subject regular at the police stations Since the police usually stop him, he has problems with the law and can be a dangerous individual.