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From Old French enhabiter, from Latin inhabitare (in + habitare).
- (key): /?n'hæb?t/
- Hyphenation: in?hab?it
- Rhymes: -æb?t
inhabit (third-person singular simple present inhabits, present participle inhabiting, simple past and past participle inhabited)
- (transitive) To live or reside in.
- The Inuit inhabit the Arctic.
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- O, who would inhabit this bleak world alone?
- (transitive) To be present in; to occupy.
- Strange thoughts inhabit my mind.
to live or reside in some place
- Irish: áitrigh
- Old Irish: ad·treba
- Italian: abitare (it)
- Korean: ? (ko) (geojuhada)
- Ladino: morar
- Latin: possideo, habito (la), incol?
- Macedonian: (?ivee), ? (prestojuva)
- Polish: zamieszkiwa? (pl)
- Portuguese: habitar (pt), morar (pt), viver (pt)
- Russian: (ru) impf (naselját?), ? (ru) impf (?it?), ? (ru) impf (pro?ivát?), (ru) impf (obitát?)
- Scottish Gaelic: còmhnaich, àitich
- Lower Sorbian: wobydli? pf
- Swedish: bebo (sv), befolka (sv)
- Welsh: cyfanheddu
to be present in some place
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