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be/get used to (doing) something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe/get used to (doing) somethingbe/get used to (doing) somethingUSED TO/ACCUSTOMED TOto have experienced something so that it no longer seems surprising, difficult, strange etc I do the dishes every day, so I’m used to it. I can’t get used to the idea that you’re grown up now. used
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be/get used to (doing) somethingZach's not used to such spicy food.The threat of this ex ante can then be used to ensure adherence to the agreement.Left: Scenes shot on telephoto appear to have compressed perspectives which can be used to good effect.The password which will be used to limit access to the packages created.The bulldozer would be used to load them.In housing, the market can not be used to move to the market.He walked like an old man trying to get used to new glasses.Could it be used to predict the mating system of species that had not been studied?This money would be used to provide education, job-training assistance, childcare and program administration beginning later this year.
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