wonted

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her zamanki
wantedlymutat şekilde
{s} her zamanki, alışılmış, mutat
{s} alışılmış
wontednessmutat oluş
{s} herzamanki
wont
{s} alışkanlık haline getirmiş
wont
{i} adet

Sabahları duş almak âdetimdir. - I'm wont to take a shower in the morning.

wont
alışkanlık

Şarap, insanın aklını göstermek için alışkanlıktır. - Wine is wont to show the mind of man.

wont
alışmış
wont
alışmak
wont
alışmış alışkanlık haline getirmiş
wont
itiyat edinmiş
wont
itiyat
wont
{i} âdet, alışkanlık, itiyat
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Usual, customary, habitual, or accustomed

Rose Villa has once again resumed its wonted appearance; the dining-room furniture has been replaced; the tables are as nicely polished as formerly; the horsehair chairs are ranged against the wall, as regularly as ever.

{a} accustomed, used, usual, common
commonly used or practiced; usual; "his accustomed thoroughness"; "took his customary morning walk"; "his habitual comment"; "with her wonted candor"
Accustomed; customary; usual
{s} used to, accustomed to; acceptable, habitual, customary
usual, customary, habitual of accustomed
wont
Accustomed, apt (to doing something)

Like a 60-yard Percy Harvin touchdown run or a Joe Haden interception return, Urban Meyer’s jaw-dropping resignation Saturday was, as he’s wont to say, “a game-changer.” — Sunday December 27, 2009, Stewart Mandel, INSIDE COLLEGE FOOTBALL, Meyer’s shocking resignation rocks college coaching landscape.

wont
One’s habitual way of doing things, practise, custom

Such conditions, having been the common practice for years, and, existing in a less degree in some localities to the present time, afford a tangible reason for a form of correlation that is more universal than it is the wont of the profession to admit.

wont
To make (someone) used to; to accustom
wont
Accustomed or used (to or with a thing)

He could read English Manuscripts very elegantly, elegantissime: he was wont to preach to the people in the English tongue, though according to the dialect of Norfolk, where he had been brought up.

wont
Will not
wont
{v} to be accustomed
wont
{v} a contraction of will not
wont
{n} custom, use, habit
wont
Customary practice
wont
a pattern of behavior acquired through frequent repetition; "she had a habit twirling the ends of her hair"; "long use had hardened him to it"
wont
Using or doing customarily; accustomed; habituated; used
wont
If someone is wont to do something, they often or regularly do it. Both have committed their indiscretions, as human beings are wont to do. = inclined
wont
adjective: accustomed, used, inclined, apt; noun: habitual way of doing; verb: accustom, habituate, to have the habit of doing
wont
customary practice or habit, as in: It was his wont to stay late at the office
wont
habit: an established custom; "it was their habit to dine at 7 every evening"
wont
To accustom; used reflexively
wont
If someone does a particular thing as is their wont, they do that thing often or regularly. Paul woke early, as was his wont. as is sb's wont used to say that it is someone's habit to do something. be wont to do sth to be likely to do something
wont
To be accustomed or habituated; to be used
wont
Ones habitual way of doing things
wont
Custom; habit; use; usage
wont
habit: a pattern of behavior acquired through frequent repetition; "she had a habit twirling the ends of her hair"; "long use had hardened him to it"
wont
{i} custom, habit; usual practice
wont
A colloquial contraction of woll not
wont
Accustomed, apt
wont
an established custom; "it was their habit to dine at 7 every evening"
wont
{s} accustomed to, customary to, tends to
wont
{f} be used to, accustomed to; become used to; become accustomed to (Archaic)
wonted

    Расстановка переносов

    wont·ed

    Произношение

    Этимология

    (verb.) 15th century. From Middle English woonted (“usual, customary”), from wont (“custom, habit, practice”), alteration of wone (“custom, habit, practice”), from Old English wuna (“custom, habit, practice", also "usual, wonted”), from Proto-Germanic *wunēn (“custom, practice”), from Proto-Indo-European *wenə- (“to wish, love”). Cognate with Old Frisian wona, wuna (“custom”), Old High German giwona (“custom”). More at wont, wone.

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