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English[]

Alternative spellings[]

  • habitue

Etymology[]

From French past participle of habituer (to frequent), from Late Latin habituare (to habituate), from Latin habitus. Date: 1818

Noun[]

Singular
Habitué

Plural
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  1. One who frequents a place; a denizen or regular
    A month ago the new smoking ban turned thousands of bar-room habitues into reluctant exiles from their usual corner seat.
  2. A devotee.

Translations[]

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French[]

Pronunciation[]

Verb[]

habitué

  1. Past participle of habituer.

Italian[]

Noun[]

habitué m. and f. inv.

  1. regular (customer)

Spanish[]

Verb[]

Habitué (infinitive habituar)

  1. First-person singular (yo) preterite indicative form of habituar.

et:habitué el:habitué fr:habitué io:habitué fi:habitué vi:habitué

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