adv.according to reason; in the ordinary course of events; normally
Logically, it shouldn't be done this way.
Normally there are no complications with the medicine.
By rights he should have had a promotion by now.
I cannot do this for you according to principle.
It stands to reason that I should accept her invitation.
It's morally wrong not to help those refugees.
- "按" and "理" can be combined as one word, or be used separately with other elements inserted.
No matter what the reason is, his deeds are unacceptable.
He didn't play cards by the rules.