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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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With the aim of guiding senior citizens in acclimating to digital banking, and in order to provide them with tools to improve their skills at using such services, the first round of "digital banking empowerment for senior citizens" activities was held in 2018, and included generic lectures throughout Israel, as part of the Ministry of Social Equality's "Tuesdays for Seniors" programs, followed by personal training sessions at the bank branches on the digital banking services that exist at the bank where they manage their accounts.
In Playing for Pizza, John Grisham departs from the legal thriller genre by focusing his attention on characters who live out of their element, either Italians desperate to play an American game, or Americans acclimating to the Italian way-of-life.
Easily acclimating to the warm weather of Florida and California, the fruit soon changed the face of agriculture in the United States.
The third trimester involves acclimating the dog to baby smells, leash training, and jumbling the dog's routine so that it doesn't expect or demand to be fed/walked/etc.
Pre-college services and programs can ease the transition from high school to college by focusing on: (1) raising students' aspiration for college; (2) helping students navigate the college admissions process; (3) acclimating students to the college environment; (4) involving parents in the college-going process; (5) helping students manage the financial aspects of college; and (6) developing personal relationships with students.