accustomed


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ac·cus·tomed

 (ə-kŭs′təmd)
adj.
1. Being in the habit: I am accustomed to sleeping late.
2. Having been adapted to the existing environment and conditions: eyes not accustomed to desert sun.
3. Frequently practiced, used, or experienced; customary: answered with his accustomed modesty. See Synonyms at usual.

accustomed

(əˈkʌstəmd)
adj
1. usual; customary
2. (foll by: to) used or inured (to)
3. (foll by: to) in the habit (of): accustomed to walking after meals.

ac•cus•tomed

(əˈkʌs təmd)

adj.
1. customary; usual; habitual: in their accustomed manner.
2. habituated; acclimated (usu. fol. by to): accustomed to staying up late.
[1400–50]
ac•cus′tomed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.accustomed - (often followed by `to') in the habit of or adapted toaccustomed - (often followed by `to') in the habit of or adapted to; "accustomed to doing her own work"; "I've grown accustomed to her face"
unaccustomed - not habituated to; unfamiliar with; "unaccustomed to wearing suits"
2.accustomed - commonly used or practicedaccustomed - commonly used or practiced; usual; "his accustomed thoroughness"; "took his customary morning walk"; "his habitual comment"; "with her wonted candor"
usual - occurring or encountered or experienced or observed frequently or in accordance with regular practice or procedure; "grew the usual vegetables"; "the usual summer heat"; "came at the usual time"; "the child's usual bedtime"

accustomed

accustomed

adjective
1. Commonly practiced or used:
2. Familiar through repetition:
3. In the habit:
Translations
مُعْتَاد، مَعْهُود
obvyklý
sædvanlig
megszokott
vanalegur
navaditi senavajen
herzamankimutat

accustomed

[əˈkʌstəmd] ADJacostumbrado, usual

accustomed

[əˈkʌstəmd] adj
(= used) to be accustomed to sth → être coutumier/ière de qch, être habitué(e) à qch
to become accustomed to sth [person] → s'habituer à qch, s'accoutumer à qch
to become accustomed to sth [eyes] → s'accoutumer à qch
to be accustomed to doing sth → avoir l'habitude de faire qch
(= usual) [place, position] → habituel(le)
his accustomed response → sa réponse habituelle

accustomed

adj attr (= usual)gewohnt

accustomed

[əˈkʌstəmd] adj (usual) → abituale
to be accustomed to sth → essere abituato/a a qc
to get accustomed to sth/to doing sth → abituarsi or adattarsi a qc/a fare qc

accustom

(əˈkastəm) verb
to make (especially oneself) familiar with or used to. He soon accustomed himself to the idea.
acˈcustomed adjective
usual. his accustomed seat.
accustomed to
familiar with or used to. I am not accustomed to being treated like this.

accustomed

a. acostumbrado-a;
vt.
to be ___ toestar acostumbrado-a a.
References in classic literature ?
bowing with the air of one accustomed to public praise, he stole to the cavern and ordered Hagar to come forth with a commanding, "What ho, minion
But Lena asked Jake and me to get off our horses and stay awhile, and behaved exactly as if she were in a house and were accustomed to having visitors.
She was growing accustomed to like shocks, but she could not keep the mounting color back from her cheeks.
Being little accustomed to the practices of the savages, Alice, you mistake the place of real danger," said Heyward.
The circumstances of many were very lamentable: However, being a hardy race of people, and accustomed to difficulties and necessities, they were wonderfully supported through all their sufferings, until the ensuing Fall, when we received abundance from the fertile soil.
I'm afraid it isn't much, for what you're accustomed to.
Years and years after their claim had passed out of the public memory, the Pyncheons were accustomed to consult the Colonel's ancient map, which had been projected while Waldo County was still an unbroken wilderness.
My children have had other birth-places, and, so far as their fortunes may be within my control, shall strike their roots into accustomed earth.
At last, he emerged with his hat very much dented and crushed down over his eyes, and began creaking and limping about the room, as if, not being much accustomed to boots, his pair of damp, wrinkled cowhide ones -- probably not made to order either --rather pinched and tormented him at the first go off of a bitter cold morning.
But few thoughts of Pan stirred Ahab's brain, as standing like an iron statue at his accustomed place beside the mizen rigging, with one nostril he unthinkingly snuffed the sugary musk from the Bashee isles (in whose sweet woods mild lovers must be walking), and with the other consciously inhaled the salt breath of the new found sea; that sea in which the hated White Whale must even then be swimming.
It certainly did feel queer; but I must say I felt rather proud to carry my master, and as he continued to ride me a little every day I soon became accustomed to it.
In piecework they would reduce the time, requiring the same work in a shorter time, and paying the same wages; and then, after the workers had accustomed themselves to this new speed, they would reduce the rate of payment to correspond with the reduction in time