|part of speech:
||previously owned; secondhand.
It's used clothing, but it's in good condition.He'd rather spend money on a used car than a new one.
||familiar with; accustomed to; in the habit of (followed by "to").
Having lived in Florida their whole lives, they aren't used to snow.She doesn't enjoy highway driving, but she's become used to it.I'm not used to drinking wine, and it's making me sleepy.The noise is bad, but everybody gets used to it eventually.This roughness was not the kind of treatment to which she was used.