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Old December 19, 2010, 03:11 AM
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Exclamation Tener vicio con...

Tiene un vicio con los ordenadores.
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He's addicted to...
He's a ... addict.
He's a ... junkie.
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when do we use the word vice ?
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when do we use the word vice ?
1. Cocaine is that man's vice.
2. Gambling is a vice for many people in America.

anywhere you can use "immoral habit" you can use "vice." It is generally related to drugs, alcohol, gambling, and/or prostitution.
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