habituated in Oekraïens
Retrogression, reapproach to a standpoint to which the race has been long habituated in the past, is easier.
Mr President, time has, perhaps, habituated us to the hollowness of the ritual that we have just carried out.
Don't habituate yourself to drinking a lot.
Because when you habituate bears to humans, they think all humans are safe.
Policemen seem quite habituated to violent death.
There's a deeper problem: politicians across the spectrum, beholden to special interests, are habituated to denying serious problems.
"When new technologies impose themselves on societies long habituated to older technologies, anxieties of all kinds result."
Cattle are normally docile and are easily habituated to human contact.
However imaginative the interior of an eating-out establishment is, if grows old very fast, people become habituated to it, the effects of decoration extinguish.
It has been proven that the height is not noxious for the organism and that passed one or two days already you are habituated to the height.