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abituare

  
1       vt  
abituare qn (a qc/a fare qc)      to accustom sb to sth/to doing sth, get sb used to sth/to doing sth  
2    abituarsi      vr  
abituarsi a qc/a fare qc      to get used to o accustomed to sth/to doing sth, accustom o.s. to sth/to doing sth frm     
adesso mi ci sono abituato      I'm used to it now  
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"abituare": examples and translations in context
Chiamami Ángel. Ti devi abituare. Start calling me Ángel, or you'll never get used to it.
L'abbiamo portato prima per farti abituare. We've brought it earlier for you to get used to it.
Non ti ci abituare, perché piangerò molto dopo essere stata rifiutata. Don't get used to this because there is going to be a lot of crying from rejection.
Ti ci dovrai abituare, cara. Better get used to this, honey.
Vi faremo abituare alle usanze irlandesi o adotteremo noi quelle inglesi. We'll accustom you to Irish ways, or we'll adopt English ones.
Dobbiamo abituare i nostri cittadini a «pensare» in euro. We should accustom our citizens to think in euro terms.
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