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N-VAR 习惯 A habit is something that you do often or regularly.
He has an endearing habit of licking his lips when he's nervous...
Many people add salt to their food out of habit, without even tasting it first.
N-COUNT 坏习惯;积习;恶习;陋习 A habit is an action which is considered bad that someone does repeatedly and finds it difficult to stop doing.
A good way to break the habit of eating too quickly is to put your knife and fork down after each mouthful...
After twenty years as a chain smoker Mr Nathe has given up the habit.
N-COUNT （吸食海洛因、可卡因等的）毒瘾 A drug habit is an addiction to a drug such as heroin or cocaine.
She became a prostitute in order to pay for her cocaine habit.
N-COUNT （修道士或修女穿的）长袍，道袍，道服 A habit is a piece of clothing shaped like a long loose dress, which a nun or monk wears.
PHRASE 按习惯行事的人;习惯的奴隶 If you say that someone is a creature of habit, you mean that they usually do the same thing at the same time each day, rather than doing new and different things.
PHRASE 有/养成…的习惯;习惯于 If you are in the habit of doing something, you do it regularly or often. If you get into the habit of doing something, you begin to do it regularly or often.
They were in the habit of giving two or three dinner parties a month...
I got into the habit of calling in on Gloria on my way home from work.
PHRASE 对做…习以为常;使…成为一种习惯 If you make a habit of doing something, you do it regularly or often.
You can phone me at work as long as you don't make a habit of it.
PHRASE 思维习惯 If someone has a particular habit of mind, they usually think in that particular way.
In accent, mannerism and habit of mind he appeared to be completely Eastern European.