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accustomed

简单释义:


adj. 习惯于;通常的;惯常的

v. “accustom”的过去分词和过去式

网络 习惯的;习惯了的;习惯于…的

完整释义:


adj.

1.惯例的
2.通常的


例句:

  1. I might have been incredulous had I not been accustomed to such responses, for long ago I became convinced that the seeing see little.
    若非我已经习惯了这样的回答,我可能不敢轻信,因为很久以前我就深信看得到的人看到的东西很少。

  2. He became so accustomed to bodyguards and assistants that he once admitted that he trembled if he had to open his own front door.
    他变得如此依赖保镳和助手,曾经承认如果他不得不自己打开家里的前门,就会颤抖。

  3. It must have been a delicious moment in Beijing, accustomed over the years to lectures from Washington about its management of the yuan.
    在北京这一定是一个令人兴奋的时刻,终于找到了回应华盛顿多年来批评其管理人民币汇率方式的解恨之道。

  4. Still young girl's professional hikes and seem to be to the stranger that variety of the vision early accustomed to see not curious.
    少女依然在行走着,似乎对路人那种目光早就见惯不怪了。

  5. It takes a moment for her eyes to grow accustomed to the dark.
    她花了片刻的时间使双眼习惯这种黑暗。

  6. A generation of Japanese schoolchildren grew up accustomed to having a bit of whale in their lunch boxes.
    整整一代日本人在成长期都习惯在午餐合里放上一片鲸鱼。

  7. Rich Chinese people traveling abroad have grown accustomed to it, while many in the country did not experience the things followed.
    富裕起来的中国人对出国旅游已经逐渐适应起来,同时许多在国内没经历过的事情也接踵而至。

  8. Gradually I became accustomed to having her follow me around the house and watching me with those dark almond shaped eyes.
    逐渐地我变成习惯了的到有她的追从我在房子的周围和看我那些黑暗的杏仁作形了眼睛。

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