English version

not make a habit of (doing) something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot make a habit of (doing) somethingnot make a habit of (doing) somethingspokenTELL somebody OFF used to say that someone does not usually do something bad or wrong, or should not do it again You’re ten minutes late. I hope you’re not going to make a habit of this. habit
Examples from the Corpus
not make a habit of (doing) somethingThe nutritive arguments still stand and I would not make a habit of eating lots of white bread.
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