creature of habit Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"creature of habit" in British English

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creature of habit

someone who always does the same thing in the same way: My father's such a creature of ​habit - he always has to have a ​biscuit and a ​cup of ​tea at ​bedtime.
(Definition of creature of habit from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"creature of habit" in American English

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creature of habit

someone who always ​wants to do the same things in the same way: I’m a creature of ​habit – I don't really like ​trying new ​foods.
(Definition of creature of habit from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “creature of habit”
in Chinese (Simplified) 墨守成规的人, 生活极有规律的人…
in Chinese (Traditional) 墨守成規的人, 生活極有規律的人…
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