[ UK /ɐklˈa‍ɪmət/ ]
[ US /ˈækɫəˌmeɪt/ ]
  1. get used to a certain climate
    They never acclimatized in Egypt
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How To Use acclimate In A Sentence

  • To clarify the role of autonomic nervous control in modulation of cardiac activity, responses of atrial contraction and heart rate (HR) to carbacholine (CCh) and isoprenaline (Iso) were determined in fish acclimatized to winter (4C, cold-acclimated, CA) and summer (18C, warm-acclimated, WA) temperatures. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • After Little Wanderobo Dog became "acclimated" to the warm and friendly atmosphere of hospitality of the camp, he began to show evidences of tact and diplomacy. In Africa Hunting Adventures in the Big Game Country
  • Plants have evolved various protective mechanisms that allow them to acclimate to unfavourable environments for continued survival and growth.
  • The Cleveland Show's Cleveland Brown has to deal with a lot of pressure since moving out of Quahog, R.I. He's had to acclimate to a new town (Stoolbend, Va.) and a new job, all while taking on a new stepdaughter and stepson in Roberta and Rallo. Exclusive Video: First Look at The Cleveland Show's "Live" Episode
  • The site summarizes the story as that of “a fighter pilot who quickly acclimates to the future and puts his skills to use defending the planet against invaders.” Paul WS Anderson Directing Buck Rogers 3D | /Film
  • Overwintering herbaceous plants or evergreen trees can only survive the winter seasons of cold climates when they are able to acclimate.
  • ‘The student-athlete is getting more time to get acclimated to the institution,’ says Steve Mallonee, the NCAA director of membership services and governance liaison.
  • Finally, I'm anxious to see Hideki Matsui now that he's had a full season to acclimate to major league baseball and the American culture.
  • At first, the image of Astaire trying to acclimate to the unusual steps of Indian dance is humorous.
  • Typically these are men who managed to acclimate to the vast cultural differences relatively quickly, married a Chinese national, can speak some Chinese, and now consider China to be their new home. Is Teaching English in China Really for You? « Articles « Literacy News
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