Habit

(redirected from Habbit)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Related to Habbit: dictionary

Habit

A normal custom of an individual or group. Habits greatly influence economic behavior at both the micro- and macro- levels. For example, one may develop the habit of only shopping at certain stores, whether or not they have the best products or prices. Likewise, the majority of farmers in a country may only grow certain crops, whether or not those are the best for the land or the market. Habits may be positive or negative, and are often both, depending on one's perspective.
References in periodicals archive ?
For this reson I got a habbit, I learnt new things.
Working as a beauty tutor and assessor, teaching NVQ Level 2-3 beauty therapy at Habbit and 1st Degree Training, Danielle also embarked on her own venture as proprietor of a business in Alnwick.
The Syrian army's general command also said that the army's operations resulted in destruction of terrorists' command centers and ammunition depots in Ma'aret al-Nu'man, Saraqeb, Haish, Muhambel, Tal Tera'I, Southern Khan Sheikhoun, al-Latamneh, and Habbit.
The purpose of this contest is to motivate students to read interesting books and to provide impetus to the fast dwindling reading habbit among students.
But friends including Sir Elton John have repeatedly urged him to seek help over his drugs habbit.
Summary: BEIRUT: The IQRA' Association celebrated last week its Alkabir Yaqra Lisaghir program which encouraged Lebanese youth, especially school students, to develop reading as a lifelong habbit.
Startups, let not the money saving habbit get lost after funding.