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Translation of "custom" - English-Spanish dictionary

custom

noun /ˈkastəm/
what a person etc is in the habit of doing or does regularly costumbre It’s my custom to go for a walk on Saturday mornings religious customs. the regular buying of goods at the same shop etc; trade or business clientela The new supermarkets take away custom from the small shops. customary adjective habitual; usually done etc costumbre It is customary to eat turkey for Christmas dinner. customarily adverb habitualmente They customarily receive more than $30 a month in tips. customer noun a person who buys from a shop etc cliente our regular customers. used jokingly for a person tipo He’s certainly a strange customer. customize verb ( (also customiseBritish)) to change something so that it is exactly what you want or need Personalizar The software allows you to customize the appearance on-screen to suit your own needs. customs noun plural (the government department that collects) taxes paid on goods coming into a country (derechos de) aduana Did you have to pay customs on those watches? He works for the customs (also adjective) customs duty. the place at a port etc where these taxes are collected aduana I was searched when I came through customs at the airport.
(Definition of custom from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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