简明英汉词典

wont
[wEunt]
n.
习惯, 惯常活动
adj.
惯于, 常常
vi.
习惯
vt.
使习惯于

美国传统词典[双解]

wont
wont
AHD:[w?nt, w?nt, w?nt]
D.J.[w%8nt, wount, w(nt]
K.K.[w%nt, wont, w(nt]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Accustomed or used:
惯常的,一惯的:
“The poor man is wont to complain that this is a cold world”(Henry David Thoreau)
“穷人总是抱怨这是个冷酷的世界”(亨利·戴维·索罗)

(2)

Likely:
可能的:
chaotic as holidays are wont to be.
假日时的混乱场面
n.(名词)
Customary practice; usage.See Synonyms at habit
风俗习惯;习俗参见 habit
v.(动词)
wont或 wont.ed wont.ingwonts
v.tr.(及物动词)
To make accustomed to.
使习惯于
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To be in the habit of doing something.
有做某事的习惯

语源
Middle English [past participle of] wonen [to be used to, dwell] * see won 1
中古英语 [] wonen的过去分词 [习惯于,居住] *参见 won1

现代英汉词典

wont
[wEJnt; (?@) wC:nt]
n.
习惯
It was her wont to rise early.
她习惯于早起。

现代英汉综合大辞典

wont
[wEunt]
adj.
[用作表语]惯于, 习以为常(to do)
He was wont to say that children are lazy.
他常常说小孩子们懒惰。
He was wont to rise early.
他惯于起得很早。

词性变化

wont
[wEunt]
n.
习惯
It is his wont to get up early.
早起是他的习惯。

wont
[wEunt]
vi.,vt.
[古](使)习惯于

美国传统词典

wont
wont
AHD:[w?nt, w?nt, w?nt]
D.J.[w%8nt, wount, w(nt]
K.K.[w%nt, wont, w(nt]
adj.

(1)

Accustomed or used:
“The poor man is wont to complain that this is a cold world”(Henry David Thoreau)

(2)

Likely:
chaotic as holidays are wont to be.
n.
Customary practice; usage.See Synonyms at habit
v.
wontor wont.ed wont.ing, wonts
v.tr.
To make accustomed to.
v.intr.
To be in the habit of doing something.

语源
Middle English [past participle of] wonen [to be used to, dwell] * see won 1

英汉化学大词典

wont
n.惯常做法,习惯;vt.习惯于

英汉计算机大词典

wont
n.惯常做法(习惯);vt.习惯于

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