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used

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishusedused1 /juːst/ ●●● S1 W2 adjective   be/get used to (doing) something
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usedThis huge Portland bookshop is crammed with more than 1 million new and used books organized into 122 subject areas.He made his money buying and selling used cars.a used syringeused tissuesThis is difficult as we are not used to doing it, preferring to keep these approaches in separate compartments.Since I am used to doing the teasing, this is a novel experience.It sounds obvious, but some people are really not used to moving fast.
usedused2 /juːzd/ ●●○ adjective  1 used cars/clothes etc2 DIRTYdirty or not in good condition any longer, as a result of being used 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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