English-Spanish translation of habit

Translation of the word habit from english to spanish, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

habit in Spanish

habit
religion - clothingnoun hábito [m]
  customnoun hábito [m], costumbre [f]
Synonyms for habit
Derived terms of habit
Examples with translation
You should try to form the habit of using your dictionaries.
You must get rid of that bad habit.
The habit of smoking is very difficult to get rid of.
Eating between meals is a bad habit.
Smoking is a bad habit.
Once a habit has been acquired, it has almost compulsive power over us.
It's hard to change a bad habit.
Once you've got into a bad habit, it can be difficult to get out of it.
We must put an end to a bad habit as soon as possible.
It's my habit to read on the toilet.
It's hard to shake the smoking habit.
The nervous girl is in the habit of chewing the end of her pencil.
That habit is acquired, not innate.
The sociologist has a habit of scratching his back.
John is in the habit of staying up until midnight.
Father is in the habit of reading the paper before breakfast.
You have a habit of exaggerating everything.
Telling lies is a very bad habit.
Once you start smoking, it is difficult to get rid of that bad habit.
Once you have formed a bad habit, you can't get rid of it easily.
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Definitions of habit
noun
1. habit - (psychology) an automatic pattern of behavior in reaction to a specific situation; may be inherited or acquired through frequent repetition; "owls have nocturnal habits"; "she had a habit twirling the ends of her hair"; "long use had hardened him to it"
  use
  usage, usance, custom the customary manner in which a language (or a form of a language) is spoken or written; "English usage"; "a usage borrowed from French"
  psychological science, psychology the science of mental life
  ritual stereotyped behavior
  second nature acquired behavior that is practiced so long it seems innate
  cleanliness diligence in keeping clean
2. habit - a distinctive attire worn by a member of a religious order
  attire, garb, dress clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion; "formal attire"; "battle dress"
  religious belief, religion, faith a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny; "he lost his faith but not his morality"
  frock a habit worn by clerics
  monastic habit a long loose habit worn by monks in a monastery
  nun's habit a long loose habit worn by nuns in a convent
3. habit - attire that is typically worn by a horseback rider (especially a woman's attire)
  attire, garb, dress clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion; "formal attire"; "battle dress"
  jodhpur breeches, jodhpurs, riding breeches flared trousers ending at the calves; worn with riding boots
  riding boot a boot without laces that is worn for riding horses; part of a riding habit
4. habit - an established custom; "it was their habit to dine at 7 every evening"
  wont
  tradition, custom an inherited pattern of thought or action
5. habit - the general form or mode of growth (especially of a plant or crystal); "a shrub of spreading habit"
  ontogenesis, ontogeny, growing, maturation, growth, development (electronics) the production of (semiconductor) crystals by slow crystallization from the molten state
verb
1. habit - put a habit on
  apparel, raiment, garment, garb, enclothe, tog, fit out, habilitate, clothe, dress qualify for teaching at a university in Europe; "He habilitated after his sabbatical at a prestigious American university"
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