habitual

  • 21 habitual — {{#}}{{LM H19702}}{{〓}} {{SynH20205}} {{[}}habitual{{]}} ‹ha·bi·tual› {{《}}▍ adj.inv.{{》}} Que se hace por hábito o que es frecuente, ordinario o usual: • Cantar en la ducha es muy habitual. Es un cliente habitual de la empresa.{{○}} {{#}}{{LM… …

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  • 22 habitual — habitually, adv. habitualness, n. /heuh bich ooh euhl/, adj. 1. of the nature of a habit; fixed by or resulting from habit: habitual courtesy. 2. being such by habit: a habitual gossip. 3. commonly used, followed, observed, etc., as by a… …

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  • 23 Habitual — Algo habitual es algo cotidiano o corriente. Puede referirse también a: Consumo habitual (especialmente en contextos de drogadicción) Delincuente habitual (un delincuente que muestra reincidencia) Véase también Hábito Esta página de… …

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  • 24 habitual — (adj) (Básico) que es usual y ordinario por repetirse frecuentemente o por hacerse por costumbre Ejemplos: Al parecer, ese comportamiento es habitual en niños de 3 años. Si usted está tomando alguna medicación habitual, le rogamos que informe a… …

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  • 25 habitual — adjective 1 done as a habit or doing something from habit: My father was a habitual gambler. | habitual drinking 2 (only before noun) usual or typical of someone: James took his habitual morning walk around the garden. habitually adverb:… …

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  • 26 habitual — adjective 1) her father s habitual complaints Syn: constant, persistent, continual, continuous, perpetual, nonstop, recurrent, repeated, frequent; interminable, incessant, ceaseless, endless, never ending; informal eternal Ant …

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  • 27 habitual — /həˈbɪtʃuəl/ (say huh bichoohuhl) adjective 1. of the nature of a habit, or fixed by or resulting from habit: habitual courtesy. 2. being such by habit: a habitual drunkard. 3. commonly used (by a given person): she took her habitual place at the …

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  • 28 habitual — adjective a) Behaving in a regular manner, as a habit. Hes a habitual chainsmoker. b) Recurring, or that is performed over and over again. Her habitual lying was the reason for my mistrust. See Also: habit …

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  • 29 habitual — ha·bit·u·al hə bich (ə )wəl, ha , bich əl adj 1) having the nature of a habit: being in accordance with habit <habitual smoking> 2) doing, practicing, or acting in some manner by force of habit <habitual liars> ha·bit·u·al·ly ē adv *… …

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  • 30 habitual — ha|bit|u|al [ hə bıtʃuəl ] adjective usually or often done by someone: He smiled briefly, then returned to his habitual frown. a. used for describing a person who has a particular bad habit: a habitual smoker/drinker/liar/criminal ╾… …

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  • 31 habitual — UK [həˈbɪtʃuəl] / US adjective a) usually or often done by someone He smiled briefly, then returned to his habitual frown. b) used for describing a person who has a particular bad habit an habitual smoker/drinker/liar/criminal Derived word:… …

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  • 32 habitual — [həˈbɪtʃuəl] adj 1) usual, or typical He spoke to the workers with his habitual honesty.[/ex] 2) used for describing a person who has a particular bad habit an habitual smoker/drinker/liar/criminal[/ex] habitually adv …

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  • 33 habitual — ha•bit•u•al [[t]həˈbɪtʃ u əl[/t]] adj. 1) of the nature of a habit; fixed by or resulting from habit: habitual courtesy[/ex] 2) being such by habit; confirmed: a habitual gossip[/ex] 3) commonly used, followed, observed, etc., as by a particular… …

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  • 34 habitual — See usual. See usual, customary, habitual …

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  • 35 habitual — adj. Habitual is used with these nouns: ↑criminal, ↑drinker, ↑liar …

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  • 36 habitual — [hə bɪtʃʊəl, tjʊəl] adjective 1》 done constantly or as a habit. 2》 regular; usual: his habitual dress. Derivatives habitually adverb Origin ME (in the sense part of one s character ): from med. L. habitualis, from habitus (see habit) …

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  • 37 habitual — adj. 1 done constantly or as a habit. 2 regular, usual. 3 given to a (specified) habit (a habitual smoker). Derivatives: habitually adv. habitualness n. Etymology: med.L habitualis (as HABIT) …

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  • 38 habitual — Synonyms and related words: accepted, accustomed, addicted, arranged, automatic, average, beaten, businesslike, chronic, common, commonplace, confirmed, constant, continual, conventional, current, customary, established, everyday, familiar, fixed …

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  • 39 habitual — ha|bi|tu|al Mot Agut Adjectiu invariable …

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  • 40 habitual — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Of the nature of a habit] Syn. ingrained, confirmed, frequent, periodic, continual, routine, mechanical, automatic, perfunctory, seasoned, iterated, permanent, perpetual, on going, consuetudinary, consuetudinal, fixed,… …

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