"वह संतरे खाती थी।"
Translation:She used to eat oranges.
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The 'ti' in 'khati" indicates a habit. The last word 'thi' means this is in the past. I've been studying Hindi for a LONG time but I'm not native so take my Hindi with a grain of namak.
@Maheshwara - that's the way a one-time action in the past is denoted in Hindi.
Somewhat, but not exactly, similar to the difference between "She ate" and "She used to eat". Why do you say 'she used to..' to denote habit and not just plain 'she'? That's kind of the difference in Hindi here.