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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
wont /wount/
  • tính từ
    • quen, có thói quen, thường
      • to be wont to do something: có thói quen làm việc gì
  • danh từ
    • thói quen
      • it is his wont to smoke after dinner: nó có thói quen hút thuốc sau bữa ăn
Concise Dictionary
wonts|wonted|wontingwəʊnt
noun
+an established custom
+a pattern of behavior acquired through frequent repetition

Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, noun
+ adjective [not before noun] ~ (to do sth) (old-fashioned, formal) in the habit of doing sth: He was wont to fall asleep after supper.
+ noun [sing.] (old-fashioned, formal) something a person often does
Synonym: HABIT
She got up early, as was her wont.


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