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custom  


      n  
1    a usual or habitual practice; typical mode of behaviour  
2    the long-established habits or traditions of a society collectively; convention  
custom dictates good manners     
3   
a    a practice which by long-established usage has come to have the force of law  
b    such practices collectively (esp. in the phrase custom and practice)  
4    habitual patronage, esp. of a shop or business  
5    the customers of a shop or business collectively  
6    (in feudal Europe) a tribute paid by a vassal to his lord  
      adj  
7    made to the specifications of an individual customer (often in the combinations custom-built, custom-made)  
8    specializing in goods so made,   (See also)        customs  
     (C12: from Old French costume, from Latin consuetudo, from consuescere to grow accustomed to, from suescere to be used to)  


custom-built  
      adj   (of cars, houses, etc.) made according to the specifications of an individual buyer  
custom house   , customs house  
      n   a government office, esp. at a port, where customs are collected and ships cleared for entry  
custom-made  
      adj   (of suits, dresses, etc.) made according to the specifications of an individual buyer  
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custom  

1    habit, habitude     (rare)   manner, mode, procedure, routine, way, wont  
2    convention, etiquette, fashion, form, formality, matter of course, observance, observation, policy, practice, praxis, ritual, rule, style, tradition, unwritten law, usage, use  
3    customers, patronage, trade  

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