1. assimilate culturally
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How To Use acculturate In A Sentence

  • However, Americans are also acculturated towards optimism. Mark Cassello: The Road to a New Progressive Narrative, Part Two: The Right's Winning Non-Rational Propaganda
  • Thus, “the male engaging in homosexual activity aboard a pirate ship in the West Indies three centuries past was simply an ordinary member of his community, completely socialized and acculturated.” A Renegade History of the United States
  • To bring schools like these to life, education leaders and entrepreneurs need to raise the funds, hire and develop the key staff, and work with the staff to acculturate students to the new environments and new approaches to learning.
  • Historians agree that the Danes were among the most easily acculturated and assimilated of all American ethnic groups.
  • Such superstitions were gradually forgotten as Romanian immigrants became acculturated into American society.
  • As the immigrants became acculturated into the American society, these beliefs and superstitions were forgotten.
  • Schools help to acculturate the second generation of immigrants.
  • As people become acculturated they adopt American ways: They become more sedentary and eat fast food," said Dr. Molina. Latino Aging Stumps Experts
  • It is not surprising that Latino children have one of the highest risks for addiction because they subscribe to these dominant values and acculturate faster than their parents do.
  • To what extent we are acculturated to human sound even before birth, given that the inner ear is formed so early in gestation, is a moot point.
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