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悪習, あくしゅう

  • akushū


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • bad habit
  • vice

Examples of 悪習,あくしゅう in a Sentence

It's easy to fall into bad habits.
It is not easy to get rid of a bad habit.
You must rid yourself of bad habits.
This bad practice will gradually die out.
We must do away with such bad customs.
They did away with the bad habit.
Once you start smoking, it is difficult to get rid of that bad habit.
He tried to wean his son from his bad habit.
Such a bad custom should be done away with.
There must be equal pay for equal work, and where this is not the case, the abuse must be resisted at all costs.

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