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make a habit of (doing something)
To follow a routine in which one does something habitually. I've made a habit of doing 50 pushups every morning when I get out of bed. If you make a habit of investing some of your spare income, you'll be pleasantly surprised how much can build up.
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make a habit of something
to do something so often that it becomes a habit. You mustn't make a habit of interrupting. I make a habit of counting my change.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
make a ˈhabit/ˈpractice of somethingdo something regularly: I don’t usually make a practice of staying up so late, but there was a programme on TV I wanted to watch.
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