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English-German translation for: habit
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NOUN   a habit | habits
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VERB  to habit | habited | habited ... 
 
SYNO   habit | riding habit | use | wont ... 
NOUN   der/[auch] das Habit | die Habite
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to habit [archaic]
141
bekleiden
Nouns
habit
3047
Angewohnheit {f}
habit
2905
Gewohnheit {f}
habit
136
Gepflogenheit {f} [geh.]
cloth. relig. habit [of a monk]
85
Kutte {f}
habit
60
Beschaffenheit {f}
cloth. habit [religious, professional]
52
Gewand {n} [religiös, Amtstracht]
habit
41
Regel {f} [Gewohnheit, Gepflogenheit]
cloth. relig. habit [nuns]
41
Tracht {f} [Nonnen]
habit [disposition]
28
Habitus {m}
cloth. relig. habit [worn by a monk or nun]
17
Ordenskleid {n}
cloth. habit [archaic] [clothes]
12
Kleidung {f}
cloth. relig. habit
10
Habit {m} [auch {n}]
cloth. relig. habitOrdenshabit {m}
cloth. Unverified vestment [ceremonial, official]Habit {m} {n} [Amtskleidung, Amtstracht]
2 Words: Others
by habit {adv}aus Gewohnheit
habit-building {adj}gewohnheitsformend
med. habit-forming {adj}suchterzeugend
habit-forming {adj}süchtig machend
2 Words: Nouns
bot. hort. (growth) habitWuchsform {f}
(masquerade) habitKostüm {n} [Verkleidung]
cloth. relig. (monastic) habitOrdenstracht {f}
acquired habiterworbene Gewohnheit {f}
annoying habitUnsitte {f}
bachelor habitJunggesellengewohnheit {f}
bad habitSaumode {f} [ugs.] [schweiz.] [schlechte Angewohnheit]
bad habitUnart {f}
bad habitUnsitte {f}
bad habitUntugend {f}
bad habitschlechte Angewohnheit {f}
bad habitschlechte Gewohnheit {f}
confirmed habitfeste Gewohnheit {f}
cranky habitSpleen {m}
mineral. crystal habitKristallhabitus {m}
gastr. psych. dietary habitErnährungsverhalten {n}
drugs drug habitDrogensucht {f}
gastr. eating habitErnährungsgewohnheit {f}
eating habitEssgewohnheit {f}
gastr. psych. eating habitVerzehrgewohnheit {f}
entrenched habiteingefahrene Gewohnheit {f}
zool. feeding habitErnährungsweise {f}
zool. feeding habitFressgewohnheit {f}
habit formationErwerbung {f} einer Routine
engin. habit planeHabitusebene {f}
psych. habit tic [any tic that is psychogenic in origin][Angewohnheit, die psychisch bedingt bzw. verursacht ist; ein Tick]
habit-surveyVerhaltensforschung {f}
cloth. Unverified hunter's habit [archaic]Jägerkleid {n} [veraltet]
ingrained habittief verwurzelte Gewohnheit {f}
life habitLebensgewohnheit {f}
cloth. relig. monastic habitMönchsgewand {n}
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