acclimatize ( acclimatizes 3rd person present) ( acclimatizing present participle) ( acclimatized past tense & past participle )
in BRIT, also use acclimatise When you acclimatize or are acclimatizedto a new situation, place, or climate, you become used to it.
The athletes are acclimatising to the heat by staying in Monte Carlo... V to n
This year he has left for St Louis early to acclimatise himself... V pron-refl
They have been travelling for two days and will need some time to acclimatise. V
Acclimatization to higher altitudes may take several weeks.
acclimatized adj usu v-link ADJ, oft ADJ to n
It took her a while to get acclimatized to her new surroundings...
Translation English - Cobuild Collins Dictionary
acclimatized , acclimatised
acclimated, acculturated, accultured, accustomed, adapted, adjusted, familiarized, inured, orientated, oriented, seasoned, used
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