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unaccustomed

adjective uk   us   /ˌʌn.əˈkʌs.təmd/
[after verb] not familiar with something, or not used to something: The weather presented a particular challenge, especially for American servicemen unaccustomed to subarctic conditions. [before noun] not usual: The Olympic and world champion finished in the unaccustomed position of fourth.
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Translations of “unaccustomed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不習慣的, 不適應的, 不尋常的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不习惯的, 不适应的, 不寻常的…
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