Translation of habit in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 countable (usual piece of behavior)(bad)to have revolting habitsmala costumbre (feminine)mal hábito (masculine)eating habitstener muy malos modalesas was her habithábitos alimenticiosto fall into bad habitscomo tenía por costumbreto break o cure a habitadquirir malas costumbreshis habit of always interruptingperder or quitarse una (mala) costumbreto be in the habit ofsu (mala) costumbre de interrumpir todo el tiempo
-ingto make a habit ofacostumbrar + infinitivetener por costumbre + infinitive -ingdon't make a habit of itadoptar la costumbre de + infinitiveto have a habit ofque no se repita -ingto get somebody into the habit oftener la manía de + infinitive -ingto get oneself into the habit ofacostumbrar a alguien a+ infinitive -ingto get somebody/oneself out of the habit ofacostumbrarse a + infinitive -ingquitarle a alguien/quitarse la costumbre de + infinitiveExample sentences1.2 uncountable (customary behavior) force of habit
out of sheer habitfuerza (feminine) de la costumbre1.3 uncountable (dependence on nicotine, drugs) See examples: the habit [colloquial]por pura costumbreto break o kick the habitel viciohe now has a $100-a-day habitdejar el vicioto be off the habit (American English) [colloquial]ahora el vicio le cuesta 100 dólares diarioshaber dejado la droga
- Jen's got a bad habit of working too hard on something though.
- I know it's a bad habit, eating sweets in he morning, but strawberry shortcake is my favorite food.
- I have a bad habit of voicing my own true opinions.
- 2 countable (Clothing) a monk's/nun's habitun hábito de monje/monjaExample sentences
- Because I wore the habit of a religious order he saw me as a sort of expert, one who could get results.
- Standing on a parapet of fictive marble, dressed in the brown habit of his order, St Francis gazes intently at a wooden crucifix held between his crossed hands.
- In his last decade in Rome he lived in a home run by the Blue Nuns, an Irish order so called because of the color of their habit.
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