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American English: /həˈbɪtʃəˌweɪt/
British English: /həˈbɪtʃʊeɪt/
, /həˈbɪtjʊeɪt/

Translation of habituate in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • 1.1 (accustom) See examples:to habituate somebody/oneself to something/-ing
    habituar a alguien/habituarse a algo/+ infinitive
    Example sentences
    • Animals were habituated to behavioral observation.
    • All birds had 10 days to habituate to the aviary.
    • Females and males were habituated in their separate compartments for 15 min.
    also: habituating present participle
    (American English)
    que crea hábito or dependencia

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