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  • used to — W2S1 [ˈju:st tu:] modal v 1.) if something used to happen, it happened regularly or all the time in the past, but does not happen now ▪ He used to go to our school. ▪ We re eating out more often than we used to. did not use to do sth ▪ You didn t …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • used to — used to1 [ just tu ] modal verb *** Used to is usually followed by an infinitive: We used to swim in the river. But sometimes the following infinitive is left out: I don t play golf now, but I used to. Used to only exists as a past tense.… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • not only — not only/​just/​merely/​simply phrase used for emphasizing that, although something is true, something else is also true or is more important Our apartment is not only centrally located, it’s near a park too. We need to talk about these problems …   Useful english dictionary

  • used to — adjective in the habit (Freq. 13) I am used to hitchhiking you ll get used to the idea ...was wont to complain that this is a cold world Henry David Thoreau • Syn: ↑wont to • Similar to: ↑accustomed …   Useful english dictionary

  • used — I MODAL USES AND PHRASES ♦♦ (Pronounced [[t]ju͟ːst[/t]] in used 1, and [[t]ju͟ːzd[/t]] in used 2.) 1) PHR MODAL If something used to be done or used to be the case, it was done regularly in the past or was the case in the past. People used to… …   English dictionary

  • used to */*/*/ — I UK [ˈjuːst tuː] / US [ˈjust tu] modal verb Summary: Used to is usually followed by an infinitive: We used to swim in the river. But sometimes the following infinitive is left out: I don t play golf now, but I used to. Used to only exists as a… …   English dictionary

  • used to*/*/*/ — [ˈjuːst tuː] modal verb I summary: ■ Used to is usually followed by an infinitive: We used to swim in the river. But sometimes the following infinitive is left out: I don t play golf now, but I used to. ■ Used to only exists as a past tense. ■… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • used — /yoohzd/ or, for 4, /yoohst/, adj. 1. previously used or owned; secondhand: a used car. 2. showing wear or being worn out. 3. employed for a purpose; utilized. 4. used to, accustomed or habituated to: I m not used to cold weather. They weren t… …   Universalium

  • not sixteen annas to the rupee of —    low intelligence    This is one of many phrases indicating a shortage from a full complement. Under British Indian currency, there were four pice to the anna and sixteen annas to the rupee. Today the anna is not used. Despite decimalization,… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • used to — accustomed to He is not used to living in such a big city …   Idioms and examples

  • used to — I m not used to such fine dining Syn: accustomed to, no stranger to, familiar with, at home with, in the habit of, an old hand at, experienced in, versed in, conversant with, acquainted with …   Thesaurus of popular words


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