習慣, しゅうかん

  • shūkan
JLPT 4

Definition of 習慣,しゅうかん

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • custom
  • habit
  • manners

Examples of 習慣,しゅうかん in a Sentence

その習慣中国始まった
The custom originated in China.
You should try to conquer your smoking habit.
あなたはその地方習慣良く知るべき
You should acquaint yourself with the local customs.
The manners and customs of a country reflect its culture.
あんな習慣最初いつ生まれた誰にもらない。
No one knows when such a custom first came into existence.
Telling lies is a very bad habit.
うちの息子早起き習慣ついた
My son has formed the habit of rising early.
Sending year-end gifts is one of the customs peculiar to Japan.
お辞儀習慣はその人達特有なものである
The custom of bowing is peculiar to the islanders.
Father is in the habit of reading the paper before breakfast.
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