used

used
I [juːst]
verbo modale

I used to do — ero solito fare, avevo l'abitudine di fare

he used not, didn't use to smoke — (una volta) non fumava

it used to be thought that — una volta si pensava che

there used to be a pub here — una volta qui c'era un pub

II [juːst]
aggettivo (accustomed)

to be used to sth. — essere abituato a qcs.

to be, get used — essere abituato, abituarsi (to a; to doing a fare)

to be used to sb. doing — essere abituato che qcn. faccia

you'll get used to it — ci farai l'abitudine, ti ci abituerai

it takes a bit of getting used to — ci vuole un po' per farci l'abitudine

III 1. [juːzd]
participio passato use II
2.
aggettivo usato
* * *
adjective
1) (employed or put to a purpose: This road is not used any more.) usato
2) (not new: used cars.) usato
* * *
I [juːst]
verbo modale

I used to do — ero solito fare, avevo l'abitudine di fare

he used not, didn't use to smoke — (una volta) non fumava

it used to be thought that — una volta si pensava che

there used to be a pub here — una volta qui c'era un pub

II [juːst]
aggettivo (accustomed)

to be used to sth. — essere abituato a qcs.

to be, get used — essere abituato, abituarsi (to a; to doing a fare)

to be used to sb. doing — essere abituato che qcn. faccia

you'll get used to it — ci farai l'abitudine, ti ci abituerai

it takes a bit of getting used to — ci vuole un po' per farci l'abitudine

III 1. [juːzd]
participio passato use II
2.
aggettivo usato

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