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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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According to executive director Bob Lloyd, mdEssential will form a necessary bridge between old and new processes at the 15-physician practice, acclimating physicians to greater technology use while respecting the way they currently prefer to document patient visits.
So certain was he that Rahman presented no challenge, he was filming a movie, ``Ocean's Eleven,'' in Las Vegas while Rahman was in South Africa training and acclimating to the altitude and time change.
For immigrants, being literate in the language of their new country is essential to acclimating, and to being able to realize the many dreams that brought them to this country in the first place.
There are plenty of precautions a coaching staff can take to help prevent heat-related incidents, according to UNC, such as gradually acclimating players to heat with shortened practice sessions for the first seven to 10 days or abnormally hot or humid days; adjusting activity levels and providing frequent rest periods; making sure adequate cold water is available at all times, and weighing athletes each day before and after practice to treat those who lose excessive weight each day.
The AARG's primary mission is to partner with OC management to advance excellence through attracting, acclimating, retaining and accelerating career growth, thus enhancing Owens Corning's business performance while leveraging the strength of a diverse workforce.