acclimatize

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Synonyms for acclimatize

adapt to

Synonyms

  • 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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The arrangement does not interfere with Brian Meehan's routine as the event horses exercise between 1pm and 4pm, with the idea of acclimatising them to the heat of Hong Kong, where the competition is being staged.
A dedicated practiser, he knew the necessity of acclimatising to different batting surfaces before the serious business started.
Button wants to be on the podium in Kuala Lumpur and that has meant putting every effort into acclimatising and leaving no excuse for the way he has prepared.
And on top of that there's bound to be a bit of acclimatising to life on the ocean waves...
They arrived at their Tibetan base camp - which stands at 17,000ft - 11 days ago and spent the time acclimatising to the change in atmosphere.
ARSENAL striker Thierry Henry has revealed how his team-mates adopted a ``cruel to be kind'' approach to acclimatising him to English football - by kicking him in training.
Others are acclimatising in cages over several days.
The ordeal was aimed at acclimatising him to the harsh conditions he will encounter when he takes part in the Ice-Warrior expeditions to the North Pole in March.