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accustomed

adjective uk   /əˈkʌs.təmd/ us  
C1 familiar with something: She quickly became accustomed to his messy ways. I'm not accustomed to being treated like this. formal usual: She performed the task with her accustomed ease.
Translations of “accustomed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 習慣的, 適應了的, 一貫的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 习惯的, 适应了的, 一贯的…
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