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has gloss(adjective) (often followed by `to') in the habit of or adapted to; "accustomed to doing her own work"; "I've grown accustomed to her face"
accustomed
lexicalizationeng: accustomed
Meaning
Bulgarian
lexicalizationbul: свикнал
Catalan
lexicalizationcat: habituat
Czech
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Modern Greek (1453-)
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Estonian
lexicalizationest: tavapärane
Finnish
lexicalizationfin: tottunut
lexicalizationfin: tavanmukainen
French
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Galician
lexicalizationglg: acostumado
Croatian
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Armenian
lexicalizationhye: վարժված
Icelandic
lexicalizationisl: vanalegur
Italian
lexicalizationita: accostumato
lexicalizationita: avvezzo
lexicalizationita: abituale
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Georgian
lexicalizationkat: ჩვეული
Korean
lexicalizationkor: 평소의
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Polish
lexicalizationpol: nawykły
lexicalizationpol: zwyczajowy
Portuguese
lexicalizationpor: habitual
lexicalizationpor: habituado
lexicalizationpor: costumado
Moldavian
lexicalizationron: obişnuit
Russian
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Slovak
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Thai
lexicalizationtha: ชิน
Turkish
lexicalizationtur: alýþkýn
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Ukrainian
lexicalizationukr: звиклий
lexicalizationukr: привчений
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opposite(adjective) not habituated to; unfamiliar with; "unaccustomed to wearing suits"
unaccustomed
similar(adjective) in the habit; "I am used to hitchhiking"; "you'll get used to the idea"; "...was wont to complain that this is a cold world"- Henry David Thoreau
used to, wont to

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