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    bspkumar is offline Member
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    Phrasal verb for the word 'habituate'?

    > My interviewer asked me that "can u work in night shifts"?

    > i have replied :"yes.i can.i might feel difficult in the begining,but i can habitute."

    > but what i would prefer is using a phrasal in the place of 'habituate'

    > but i dont know the exact phrasal verb.

    > could you.....tell me...plz

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    Re: Phrasal verb for the word 'habituate'?

    > My interviewer asked me that "can u work on night shifts"?
    I replied :"Yes, I can. I might find it difficult in the begining but I can habituate to it."
    I'd prefer simpler words like get used to/adapt to.
    The word 'habituate' should be followed by 'to (sthg)'.

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