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To turn into a habit, to make habitual

He would eventually habituate his use of opiates.

{v} to accustom, to use often
take or consume (regularly or habitually); "She uses drugs rarely"
To settle as an inhabitant
make psychologically or physically used (to something); "She became habituated to the background music
Firmly established by custom; formed by habit; habitual
To turn into a habit
To make accustomed; to accustom; to familiarize
be/become habituated to (doing) sth to be used to something or gradually become used to it
make psychologically or physically used (to something); "She became habituated to the background music"
{f} make one accustomed to, familiarize
The act of habituating, or accustoming; the state of being habituated
{a} accustomed, used often, used
past of habituate
If you are habituated to something, you have become used to it. People in the area are habituated to the idea of learning from the person above how to do the work
third-person singular of habituate
present participle of habituate
decreased response to repeated stimulation; hypothetically, a short-term (minutes or hours) decremental central nervous system (CNA) process; it interacts wit the incremental CNS process of sensitization and yields a final behavioral outcome
Reduction of an animal's behavioral response to a stimulus, as a result of a lack of reinforcement during continual exposure to the stimulus. Habituation is usually considered a form of learning in which behaviours not needed are eliminated. It may be separated from most other forms of decreased response on the basis of permanence; the habituated animal either does not resume its earlier reaction to the stimulus after a period of no stimulus, or, if the normal reaction is resumed on reexposure to the stimulus, it wanes more quickly than before. Vital responses (e.g., flight from a predator) cannot be truly habituated
Reduction in the strength of a reflexive response produced by repeated presentation of the eliciting stimulus
being abnormally tolerant to and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming (especially alcohol or narcotic drugs)
A decrease in responsiveness to a specific stimulus as a result of repeated experience with it
{i} act of making one accustomed to, familiarization
a general accommodation to unchanging environmental conditions
The ability to perform acts, or lines of actions, without requiring active or prior thought by the actor
A decrease in responding to repeated presentations of the same stimulus