癖, くせ, へき

  • kuse,heki
JLPT 3

Definition of 癖,くせ,へき

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • habit (often a bad habit, i.e. vice)

  • peculiarity
  • idiosyncrasy
  • mannerism

  • crease
  • wrinkle
  • curl
  • kink

Examples of 癖,くせ,へき in a Sentence

その悪いが直った。
He was cured of his bad habits.
悪いはなかなかとれない
Bad habits die hard.
それがまさに彼女です
That is just her way.
悪いはいったんつくとなかなか取れないもの
A bad habit, once formed, cannot easily be got rid of.
かのじょビール飲むくせがついた。
She took to drinking beer.
の怠け我慢限界越える
His laziness is past the margin of endurance.
He has a habit of moving his head up and down when he is listening to a conversation.
間食身につけてしまった
He acquired the habit of snacking.
The young boy got sticky fingers when he walked into stores.
最近飲むが付いた。
He has taken to drinking recently.
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