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Synonyms for acclimate

to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

to make resistant to hardship, especially through continued exposure

Synonyms for acclimate

get used to a certain climate

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Larvae were acclimated for a period of 4 days at two different temperatures: 15[degrees]C (experimental group) and 20[degrees]C (control).
The Minority Transition Program connects new minority hires with a peer mentor, who helps the new hire get acclimated to the firm; a higher-level employee, who helps the new hire with career development; and a firm partner, who assists in the new hire's professional progress and helps to ensure opportunities are available to work on high-profile projects and clients.
Also, CAT isozyme 2 vanished during chilling in leaves that were not cold acclimated and did not reappear during recovery.
Performance starts to be affected at about 1,000 meters altitude; the effect is not linear and the drop in performance is quite different for acclimated versus unacclimated individuals.
In water, the thermal preference of crabs acclimated to 16 0C was 14.
In essence Coward acclimated English society to a homosexual sensibility before it realized what it was welcoming into the parlor.
And as attending physicians become acclimated to the new requirements, the medical director is likely to be called upon to mediate any differences that may arise between physicians and the nursing home.
In that study, we acclimated genetically marked (but otherwise isogenic) clonal populations of this bacterium to 32 [degrees] C and to 41.
Wild birds acclimated to different foods are known to change retention time (Levey and Karasov 1994), but little is known about the mechanism or time course.
Five different groups of flies were tested: nonacclimated flies from 1, 4 and 7-year stocks and acclimated flies from 1 and 7-year stocks.
The construction has gone smoothly, and we now look forward to assisting the various agencies as they move in and get acclimated to their new offices.
Our facility is scheduled to open its doors in Hollywood in early 2007, and her work will be critical to providing our residents with programs that enhance their lives as they become acclimated to their new homes.
He's still getting acclimated to his new surroundings and making adjustments to the game here, but everyone saw flashes of what he's capable of today,'' Sylmar coach Bort Escoto said.
There are many different accents in this novel as the settings change from Paris to Paraguay, from Irish-accented English to Spanish-accented English, and Lecat easily glides from one to the other so that the reader becomes unconsciously acclimated to the setting through her voice.