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used

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishusedused1 /juːst/ ●●● S1 W2 adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š β†’ be/get used to (doing) something
Examples from the Corpus
usedβ€’ This huge Portland bookshop is crammed with more than 1 million new and used books organized into 122 subject areas.β€’ He made his money buying and selling used cars.β€’ a used syringeβ€’ used tissuesβ€’ This is difficult as we are not used to doing it, preferring to keep these approaches in separate compartments.β€’ Since I am used to doing the teasing, this is a novel experience.β€’ It sounds obvious, but some people are really not used to moving fast.
usedused2 /juːzd/ ●●○ adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 β†’ used cars/clothes etc2 DIRTYdirty or not in good condition any longer, as a result of being used πŸ”Š a used tissueFrom Longman Business Dictionaryusedused /juːzd/ adjective used car/clothes etc cars, clothes etc that have had one or more previous owners SYN pre-owned AmE, SECOND HAND
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