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54 examples found containing '癖'
ペリー
ひと
ごと
くせ
ついた
Perry has acquired the habit of thinking aloud.
かれ
わる
くせ
なお
してやろ

I will cure him of the bad habit.
かれ
かんしょく
間食
くせ
つけてしまった
He acquired the habit of snacking.
かれ
かれ
くせ
なお
した

He was cured of his drinking habit.
かれ
おこ
った
ときに
がる
くせ
ある
He has the habit of standing up when he is angry.
つめかむ
くせ
めなければ
けない

You must get rid of the habit of biting your nails.
かれ
わる
くせ
なお
させられた

He was cured of his bad habits.
それまさに
かのじょ
彼女
くせ
です
That is just her way.
きみ
はやくち
早口
しゃべる
くせ
ある
You have a tendency to talk too fast.
その
わる
くせ
なお
った

He was cured of his bad habits.
きみ
その
わる
くせ
なくさなければならない
You must get rid of that bad habit.
かれ
やっとその
わる
くせ
やめた
He finally kicked the bad habit.
かれ
さいきん
最近
さけ
くせ
いた

He has taken to drinking recently.
かれ
いつも
くせ
あたま
かいた
He scratched his head out of habit.
わる
くせ
なかなかとれない
Bad habits die hard.
かれ
つま
んで
いらい
以来
さけ
くせ
ついた
He has taken to drinking since the death of his wife.
かのじょ
彼女
はな
まえ
きばらいする
くせ
ある
She has a habit of coughing before she speaks.
かれ
それ
いらい
以来
ちゅうしょく
昼食
さけ
くせ
ついた
He has since taken to drinking at lunch.
かれ
ポケット
れる
くせ
なっている
He has fallen into the habit of putting his hands into his pockets.
かれ
こくじん
黒人
みくだ
見下
くせ
なっている
He has a habit of looking down on coloured people.
いったん
わる
くせ
つく
ようい
容易
なお
こと
でき
出来
ない

Once you have formed a bad habit, you can't get rid of it easily.
かのじょ
彼女
ふる
てがみ
手紙
とっておく
くせ
あります
She has a way of keeping old letters.
わる
くせ
いったんつくなかなか
れない
もの
A bad habit, once formed, cannot easily be got rid of.
かれ
ひと
はなし
いている
とき
あたま
じょうげ
上下
うご
かす
くせ
ある
He has a habit of moving his head up and down when he is listening to a conversation.
ベス
ひと
かいわ
会話
くち
はさむ
つよ
くせ
あります
Beth has a strong habit of interrupting people while they are talking.
かれ
しょくじ
食事
ちゅう
しんぶん
新聞
くせ
ある
He is in the habit of reading a paper while taking a meal.
いったん
わる
くせ
つくなおす
むずか
しい

Once a bad habit is formed, it is hard to get rid of it.
なま
くせ
なかったら
かれ
かねも
金持
なっていたかもしれない
Were it not for laziness, he might have been rich.
われわれ
我々
これやめられぬ
くせ
なってしまった
We've gotten into this fixed pattern.
かれ
なま
くせ
がまん
我慢
げんかい
限界
える

His laziness is past the margin of endurance.
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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