English → English - habit

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n. custom, something that one is used to doing
n. costume, tail coat, garment, habit, tails

English → Spanish - habit

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s. hábito, costumbre, costumbrismo, tradición, usanza

English → French - habit

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n. habitude, coutûme; habit

English → German - habit

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n. Sitte, Gewohnheit; Gewand

English → Indonesian - habit

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n. kebiasaan, adat kebiasaan, gelagat, jiwa: keadaan badan atau jiwa, rupa, pakaian
v. mengenakan

English → Italian - habit

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s. abitudine, costume, consuetudine; vezzo, vizio; carattere, temperamento; abito, vestito; costume da amazzone

English → Polish - habit

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n. zwyczaj, przyzwyczajenie, nawyk, nałóg, obyczaj, habit zakonny, maniery, pokrój drzewa

English → Portuguese - habit

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s. hábito, uso, costume; uniforme

English → Romanian - habit

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n. obicei, dat, obişnuinţă, deprindere, apucătură, purtare, comportare, conduită, nărav, aspect exterior, constituţie fizică, veşmânt, veşminte
v. îmbrăca, înveşmânta, locui

English → Russian - habit

Pronunciation
с. привычка, повадка, обычай, обыкновение, черта, характерная черта, свойство, особенность; характер развития; облачение, одеяние; костюм для верховой езды

English → Turkish - habit

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i. alışkanlık, adet, huy, yapı, kafa yapısı, bağımlılık, elbise, kıyafet, yaşam biçimi

English → Ukrainian - habit

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n. звичка, звичай, характер, звик, мода, навичка, норов
v. одягати, населяти

French → English - habit

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(m) n. costume, tail coat, garment, habit, tails

German → English - habit

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n. custom, something that one is used to doing

English → Dutch - habit

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zn. gewoonte, gebruik; habijt (van priesters en nonnen)

English → Greek - habit

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ουσ. συνήθεια, ένδυμα, ενδυμασία

French → Spanish - habit

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1. (tenue de cérémonie) frac (m); chaqué (m)
2. (tenue de cérémonie - homme) frac (m); traje de etiqueta
3. (vêtements) vestidura (f)

French → German - habit

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n. bekleidung, kleidung, kluft, ordenstracht, anzug, frack, ornat, kleid: kleider

French → Italian - habit

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1. (tenue de cérémonie) marsina (f); frac {invariable}; giacca a coda di rondine
2. (tenue de cérémonie - homme) frac {invariable}; marsina (f)
3. (vêtements) abito (m)

French → Portuguese - habit

Pronunciation
1. (tenue de cérémonie) fraque (m)
2. (tenue de cérémonie - homme) fraque (m)
3. (vêtements) vestimenta (f); traje (m)

French → Russian - habit

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n. предмет одежды (m)

French → Turkish - habit

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[le] elbise, giysi

French → Dutch - habit

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1. (tenue de cérémonie) rok (m); jacquet (m/f/n); pandjesjas (m/f)
2. (tenue de cérémonie - homme) rokkostuum (n); jacquet-kostuum (n)
3. (vêtements) gewaad (n)

English → Arabic - habit

Pronunciation
‏بذلة ركوب الخيل، خلق، رداء، روتين، سلوك، شيمة، طبع، طريقة مميزة، عادة، عرف‏

English → Chinese - habit

Pronunciation
(名) 习惯, 习性, 嗜好

English → Chinese - habit

Pronunciation
(名) 習慣, 習性, 嗜好

English → Hindi - habit

Pronunciation
n. आदत, चसका, अभ्यास, स्वभाव, व्यवहार, मुहावरा, पोशक
v. पहनाना

English → Japanese - habit

Pronunciation
(名) 癖; 習慣; 習性

English → Korean - habit

Pronunciation
명. 버릇, 습관

English → Vietnamese - habit

Pronunciation
n. thói quen, thói thường, lệ thường, tập quán, tánh tình, khí thế, cách mọc lên, áo bà phước, nhiểm thói quen
v. mặc quần áo, bận quần áo, tập quán

Definition of habit

Pronunciation
Noun
1. An action done on a regular basis.
It’s become a habit of mine to have a cup of coffee after dinner.
2. An action performed repeatedly and automatically, usually without awareness.
By force of habit, he dressed for work even though it was holiday.
3. A long piece of clothing worn by monks and nuns.
It’s interesting how Catholic and Buddhist monks both wear habits.
4. A piece of clothing worn uniformly for a specific activity.
The new riding habits of the team looked smashing!
5. Outward appearance; attire; dress.
6. Form of growth or general appearance of a variety or species of plant or crystal.
7. An addiction.
He has a 10-cigar habit.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: habiting
Present: habit (3.person: habits)
Past: habited
Future: will habit
Present conditional: would habit
Present Perfect: have habited (3.person: has habited)
Past Perfect: had habited
Future Perfect: will have habited
Past conditional: would have habited
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