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to adopt European habits

  • 1 to adopt European habits

    воспринять европейские обычаи/традиции/воспитать европейский стиль жизни

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  • 2 habit

    1) обыкновение, привычка

    Don't make a habit of it. — Не возводи это в привычку. /Не допускайте, чтобы это стало вашей привычкой.

    It has become a habit with him. — У него это вошло в привычку.

    He made it a habit to have a light breakfast. — У него стало привычкой легко завтракать.

    I'm trying to cure myself of the habit. — Я стараюсь отделаться от этой привычки.

    He is very simple in his habits. — У него простые привычки.

    - bad habit
    - foolish habit
    - good habits
    - deeply rooted habit
    - cigarette habit
    - silly habit
    - habit of order
    - habit of keen observation
    - scientific habit of mind
    - queer habit of the Indians
    - force of habit is strong
    - change of living habits
    - from force of habit
    - from habit
    - have healthy habits
    - have a clean habit
    - give up drop
    - change one's habits
    - cure smb of the habit of sitting up late
    - be in the habit of doing smth
    - get into the habit of doing smth
    - be in the habit of locking one's door at night
    - be in the habit of getting up late on Sundays
    - do smth out of habit
    - catch the habit from foreigners
    - encourage thrifty habits
    - have slovenly habits
    - pick up nasty habits
    - get over this evil habit
    - get rid of a habit
    - overcome this evil habit
    - break smb of this dangerous habit
    - stick to one's old habit
    - throw aside boyish habits
    - train students to research habits
    - inoculate correct language habits
    - break the child of his habit of biting his hails
    - guard smb against the habit of doing smth
    - get into the habit of saving money
    - fall into form the habit of walking to his office and back
    - cure bad habits in speech
    2) (обыкновенно pl) обычай, образ жизни, привычки

    His inward habits. — Его внутренний духовный мир.

    Old habits are always the most difficult to abolish. — Всегда самое трудное - покончить со старыми обычаями.

    The habit is not easily broken. — От обычаев/привычек не легко отказаться.

    This habit grew upon him. — Он оказался во власти этой привычки.

    Don't let him get into the habit of taking drugs. — Не давай ему привыкать пользоваться наркотиками.

    A complete change of living habits. — Полное изменение привычных условий жизни.

    Habit is second nature. — Обычай сильней закона. /Привычка - вторая натура.

    - national habits and prejudices
    - Eastern habits of thought
    - regular a man of steady habits
    - man of expensive habits
    - man of sober habits
    - man of spendthrift habits
    - person of easy-going habits
    - observe the right habits of living
    - take up western habits of life
    - adopt European habits
    - alter or root up fixed habits
    - maintain habits once formed
    - know habits of wild animals
    (1.) Русские словосочетания привыкнуть, иметь обыкновение что-либо делать, иметь привычку к чему-либо передаются предложной конструкцией имени существительного habit с последующим герундием: He has a nervous habit of biting his nails. У него привычка нервно кусать ногти. He is in the habit of answering letters at once. - Он привык отвечать на письма сразу. She is trying to get out of the habit of sitting up late. Она старается отделаться от привычки поздно ложиться спать. В такой же предложно-герундиальной конструкции обычно употребляются существительные hope, idea, thought: I hate the idea of moving. Мне ненавистна сама мысль о переезде. (2.) Русские существительные привычки, обычаи соответствуют английским habit 2. и custom. Существительное habit 2. употребляется для описания черт поведения отдельного человека и в значении "обычай, образ жизни" обычно употребляется в форме множественного числа: to have the right habits of living - вести правильный образ жизни; to take up Western habits of life (of thought) - воспринять западный образ жизни (мышления). Существительное custom обозначает традиции народа, обычаи страны, связанные с историей, религией, особыми обстоятельствами и т. п.: Old English customs. Старинные английские традиции. It is the custom to take flowers or chocolates when visiting a patient in hospital. Принято приносить цветы или конфеты при посещении больного в больнице

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