• - (温习; 练习) practise; exercise; review:

    review (one's lessons); 复习

    study by oneself; 自习

    - (对某事物常常接触而熟悉) get accustomed to; be used to; become familiar with:

    be not good at swimming; 不习水性

    a good swimmer; 习水性

  • - (习惯) habit; custom; usual practice:

    bad [pernicious] habit; 恶习

    old habit; longstanding practice; 积习

    - (姓氏) a surname:

    Xi Zuochi 习凿齿



  1. 我们的老师规劝我们好好学习。
    Our teacher gives us exhortation to study hard.
  2. 我儿子六岁的时候开始学习乘法。
    My son began to study multiplication when he was six.
  3. 在学习一种新语言时,词典是非常有用的工具。
    A dictionary is an invaluable aid in learning a new language.
  4. 他不辞劳苦地学习英语。
    He spares no pains to study English.
  5. 学习英语和德语等现代语言比学习拉丁语更为有用。
    It's more useful to learn modern languages, such as English and German, than Latin.
  6. 我喜欢在图书馆学习。
    I like to study in the library.
  7. 熬夜是个坏习惯。
    It is a bad habit to sit up late at night.
  8. 他作为奖学金获得者赴外学习。
    He went abroad to study as a scholar.
  9. 学习习语和学习语法一样重要。
    The study of idiom is as important as that of grammar.
  10. 探讨了语言习得中词汇习得的顺序问题。
    It discusses the order of acquiring language vocabulary.


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