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Translation of "habit" - English-Turkish dictionary

habit

noun
 
 
/ˈhæbɪt/
REGULAR ACTIVITY [C, U] B1 something that you do regularly, almost without thinking about it
alışkanlık, huy
He's just eating out of habit - he's not really hungry.Habitual behaviour
be in/get into the habit of doing sth to be used/get used to doing something regularly
alışkın olmak, huy/alışkanlık edinmek, düzenli olarak yapmak
We don't want the children to get into the habit of watching a lot of TV.Habitual behaviour
BAD ACTIVITY [C, U] B2 something that you often do that is bad for your health or is annoying
kötü alışkanlık
He has some really nasty habits. We offer help to alcoholics who want to kick the habit.Habitual behaviourDrug addictionAddiction
CLOTHING [C] a long, loose piece of clothing worn by some religious groups
dini amaçlar için giyilen özel kıyafet, cüppe
a monk's habitClothes worn for a particular job or activityMonks and nuns
(Definition of habit from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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