əˈkʌstəmd прил.
1) привыкший, приученный accustomed to ≈ приученный к чему-л. accustomed to hard work ≈ приученный к тяжелый работе accustomed to walking long distances ≈ привыкший много ходить пешком He got accustomed to the warm climate. ≈ Он адаптировался к жаркому климату, он привык к жаркому климату. She had not yet become accustomed to the fact that she was a rich woman. ≈ Она еще не привыкла к тому факту, что она богатая женщина. My eyes were becoming accustomed to the gloom and I was able to make out a door at one side of the room. ≈ Мои глаза привыкали к темноте, и я уже мог различить дверь с одной стороны комнаты. Syn : used
2) знакомый, обычный, привычный He took up his accustomed position with his back to the fire. ≈ Он занял свое привычное место, повернувшись спиной к огню. Syn : usual, habitual
привычный, обычный;
- he spoke with * ease он говорил с присущей ему непринужденностью;
- a salesgirl's * smile заученная улыбка продавщицы
accustomed p. p. от accustom ~ привыкший, приученный ~ привычный, обычный

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • Accustomed — Ac*cus tomed, a. 1. Familiar through use; usual; customary. An accustomed action. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Frequented by customers. [Obs.] A well accustomed shop. Smollett. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • accustomed — I (customary) adjective adsuetus, common, commonplace, confirmed, consuetudinal, consuetudinary, conventional, established, fixed, habitual, normal, ordinary, prevailing, regular, routine, solitus, traditional, usual associated concepts:… …   Law dictionary

  • accustomed — [ə kus′təmd] adj. 1. customary; usual; characteristic [he spoke with accustomed ease] 2. used (to); habituated ( to) [accustomed to obeying orders] SYN. USUAL …   English World dictionary

  • accustomed — accustomed; un·accustomed; …   English syllables

  • accustomed — [adj1] be or become prepared, used to acclimatized, acquainted, adapted, addicted, confirmed, disciplined, familiar, familiarized, given to, grooved*, habituated, habituated in, in the habit, inured, seasoned, settled in, trained; concept 403 Ant …   New thesaurus

  • accustomed — (adj.) late 15c., made customary, habitual, pp. adjective formed from ACCUSTOM (Cf. accustom) (v.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • accustomed — wonted, customary, habitual, *usual Analogous words: natural, normal, *regular, typical: *common, ordinary, familiar Antonyms: unaccustomed Contrasted words: *strange, singular, peculiar, odd, queer, erratic: * …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • accustomed — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ customary; usual …   English terms dictionary

  • accustomed — [[t]əkʌ̱stəmd[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ to n/ ing If you are accustomed to something, you know it so well or have experienced it so often that it seems natural, unsurprising, or easy to deal with. I was accustomed to being the only child at… …   English dictionary

  • accustomed to — If you are accustomed to something, you have become familiar with it and you no longer find it strange. Accustomed to usually comes after verbs such as be , become , get , or grow . It did not get lighter but I became accustomed to the dark. I am …   Useful english dictionary

  • accustomed — adj. (cannot stand alone) accustomed to (accustomed to hard work; accustomed to walking long distances; he got accustomed to the warm climate) * * * [ə kʌstəmd] (cannot stand alone) accustomed to (accustomed to hard work; accustomed to walking… …   Combinatory dictionary


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