acclimatise

[ UK /ɐklˈa‍ɪmɐtˌa‍ɪz/ ]
VERB
  1. get used to a certain climate
    They never acclimatized in Egypt
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How To Use acclimatise In A Sentence

  • Prior to testing, stimulus males were kept for some days in aquaria with a one-way mirror on one side to acclimatize them with their reflected image.
  • It took a moment to acclimatize to the sudden light and to the brightness of violent colour; there was blood everywhere. CHAMELEON
  • The first-order rate equation can be used under conditions where micro-organisms become acclimatized to the chemical and can actively use it.
  • I found a small hotel just off the Calle de Atocha and tried to acclimatise. The Juniper Days – Part III
  • He flew to Nice to acclimatize himself, two days before Neville was due. MOONDROP TO MURDER
  • At first, I figured he was just getting acclimatized, didn't need ol ' Altoona anymore. A RODENT OF DOUBT
  • Getting acclimatized to life in Glasgow was tough at first; even after all these years away he still gets lonely and homesick.
  • I try to get into full tuck sometime on every ride, for as long as my fondness for beer will allow without too much discomfort, in order to gradually 'acclimatise' myself. In Transition: Livable Streets, Lovable Lenses
  • That may suit an English team stronger in the one day game, giving them time to acclimatise to conditions and pitches.
  • If you have trained, you are in good condition and you acclimatise, then you should be okay.
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