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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (wonted)
a. usual
Tomó su habitual asiento en la primera fila.She took her usual seat in the front row.
b. customary
Las monjas guardaban silencio al comer, como era habitual.The nuns ate in silence, as was customary.
c. habitual
Nos recibió con su habitual cortesía.He greeted us with his habitual politeness.
2. (frequent)
a. regular (customer, reader)
Le dan un descuento por ser cliente habitual.They give him a discount as he's a regular customer.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (costumbre, respuesta)
a. habitual
2. (cliente, lector)
a. regular
es habitualit's not uncommon, it's normal
lo habitual es dejar propinait is usual o customary to leave a tip
lo habitual en un caso así es llamar a la policíain a case like this you would normally call the police
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(acostumbrado) habitual; customary; usual; [+cliente, lector] regular; [+criminal] hardened
mi restaurante habitual my usual restaurant; como lector habitual de su revista as a regular reader of your magazine
[de bar, tienda] regular
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