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Hello! :)

In this context, does “regular” mean “complete”? It is used for emphasis to show that he is an exact example of the thing mentioned. Am I getting this one in a correct way?

(Prison Break – T-Bag was talking to a new young prisoner, David Apolskis, who had just arrived this prison a couple of days ago. T-Bag called him as a “Tweener”, since there’s no one group willing to accept him as their member.)

T-Bag: Not a good position you find yourself in, is it? Whites don't want you, blacks don't want you, you're just caught in the middle, aren't you? A regular Tweener. We're different, you and me a lot of ways, but you know the funny thing is, we're also a lot alike. ... ...
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