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Synonyms for acclimatize

adapt to


  • adapt to
  • get used to
  • adjust to
  • habituate to
  • naturalize to
  • become seasoned to

Synonyms for acclimatize

to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

to make resistant to hardship, especially through continued exposure

Synonyms for acclimatize

get used to a certain climate

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With palates becoming more acclimatised to heat, the Hot & Spicy range allows consumers to spice up suppertime and create the restaurant experience at home," says Patak's marketing controller Nic Yates.
It is mainly unfinished boards that must be acclimatised and, when underfloor heating is being installed, all types of wooden flooring must be acclimatised with the heating on for a few days prior to fitting.
But they have acclimatised now and I think they're at a stagewith us where they can only push on and get better.
A ADRIENNE SAYS: Yes, but make sure they are gradually acclimatised before planting them out.
English football is a lot different to the French game but he has acclimatised to it now and he understands the need to work hard.
The picture arrived in a protective crate on Friday and acclimatised to the Barber's atmospheric conditions over the weekend before being hung yesterday.
Wales lost their first game convincingly, but once acclimatised to the rules and format they narrowly lost the next two games.
We will be doing a bit of work on Tuesday and we'll train at the stadium on Wednesday, it's important the players get acclimatised to the conditions.
But they have acclimatised now and I think they're at a stage with us where they can only push on and get better.
The Norwich Union Great Britain and Northern Ireland team will be running in a temperature of 35deg Celsius in Mombasa, and Carey - who competes in the junior men's championship - and Sutton Coldfield's Olivia Kenney have been making sure that they are as acclimatised as possible for, what is for them, unseasonal conditions.
Noseda said: "The filly has travelled well and seems to have acclimatised without any problems.
He said: OSheOs acclimatised well and has been training well.
Tesevic, who is one of six summer signings by head coach Paul Lambert, said he had acclimatised well to his new home, saying: "I was welcomed nicely by the team, just as if I had been here for some time.
A: It is important that children become acclimatised to the dentist at an early age.