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習慣, しゅうかん

  • shūkan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • custom
  • habit
  • manners

Examples of 習慣,しゅうかん in a Sentence

The custom originated in China.
That habit is acquired, not innate.
We must put an end to a bad habit as soon as possible.
Father is in the habit of reading the paper before breakfast.
Once a habit has been acquired, it has almost compulsive power over us.
That custom has long been done away with.
They are mere creatures of habit.
Social customs vary from country to country.
Human beings seem to find it difficult to give up their old habits.
That custom originated with the American Indians.

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