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habit / custom / usual practice / to be used to / CL: 個|个
HSK 3
inertia
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  *惯* | 惯* | *惯
accustomed to / used to / indulge / to spoil (a child)
cannot bear to see / to hate / to dislike / to disapprove
convention / usual practice
HSK 6
to use habitually / habitual / customary
customary
to be used to the sight of
recidivist / habitual criminal
a common occurrence (idiom)
idiom / idiomatic expression / habitual form of speech (grammar)
to be accustomed to (a certain lifestyle etc)
inertial system / inertial frame (mechanics)
commonly used phrase / idiom / colloquial usage
habit becomes nature (idiom); get used to something and it seems inevitable / second nature / same as 習慣成自然|习惯成自然
inertia (mechanics)
to spoil (a child)
usual / customary
moment of inertia (mechanics)
(usually derog.) an old hand at sth
pampered and spoiled since childhood
habit becomes nature (idiom); get used to something and it seems inevitable / second nature / same as 習慣成自然|习惯成自然
habitual thief
customary law / common law
to pamper / to coddle / to spoil
habit becomes nature (idiom); get used to something and it seems inevitable / second nature
to spoil / to indulge sb (usu. a child)
idiom
habitual thief
dominant hand
to accustom
habitual thief
unfamiliar


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