eating habit

eating habit
привычка в еде

get into the habit — вырабатывать привычку

deep-rooted habit — укоренившаяся привычка

ineradicable habit — укоренившаяся привычка

to break off a habit — отказаться от привычки

to forsake a habit — отказываться от привычки

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