A person who buys from a shop etc.I can build a custom motorcycle from scratch, can weld, and worked as a lube guy at a GM dealership, Dustykatt says.The regular buying of goods at the same shop etc ; trade or business.
(used with a singular verb)the section of an airport, station, etc., where baggage is checked for contraband and for goods subject to duty.Replaced Old English eaw.Leitch 2 customs plural a : duties, tolls, or imposts imposed by the sovereign law of a country on imports or exports b usually singular in construction : the agency, establishment, or procedure for collecting such customs went through customs at the airport without any difficulty.
Online Etymology Dictionary, 2010 Douglas Harper.It is customary to eat turkey for Christmas dinner.
This is the custom of the Indians when they are about to fight,-they hide their families.It's my custom to go for a walk on Saturday mornings; religious customs.A group pattern of habitual activity usually transmitted from one generation to another.
Drinkware Koozies, jackets, hats, bags, promotional Products.Fly a Union flag when custom dictates it should be the Royal Standard?The conditions are appalling, but, according to the custom of the country, they are "moral." As was his custom, he wore no overcoat, but a short sweater under his coat.