Chinese English Dictionary

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习惯 in English:

1. to be in the habit of



English word "习惯"(to be in the habit of) occurs in sets:

最简单的动词 - Basic verbs

2. to get used to


This will help the consumers to get used to prices in euro.

English word "习惯"(to get used to) occurs in sets:

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3. habit


Reading is the kind of habit that once acquired is never lost.
Tom had the annoying habit of hardly ever answering email messages.
Habit is second nature.
Imogen of the Internet has a habit of paying fifty dollars for clothes that are manufactured to look like five-dollar hand-me-downs.
People in this country make it a habit to bow when they meet.
Try as you may, you will find it impossible to give up that habit.
The long habit of living indisposeth us for dying.
Once a habit has been acquired, it has almost compulsive power over us.
Whether it rains or shines, it is my habit to take a walk around the Palais-Royal at five o'clock.
She has a boyfriend she's been going out with since high school but feels their relationship has become a matter of habit and is increasingly dissatisfied.
A spot of shut-eye is also called a cat nap because a cat is in the habit of sleeping only a few minutes at a time.
Habit converts luxurious enjoyments into dull and daily necessities.
Habit rules the unreflecting herd.
What is most necessary for young men today is to develop the habit of thinking for themselves.