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to make familiar through constant practice or use

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make psychologically or physically used (to something)

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RIGA, Aug 5 (LETA) State Revenue Service head Ieva Jaunzeme still should get accustomed to work, but she should focus more on work with dishonest companies, said Finance Minister Janis Reirs (New Unity).
Moreover, our young generation is accustomed to cheating and they are not using their mind properly to quench the thirst of knowledge.
Washington, Jan 2 ( ANI ): Joaquin Phoenix has confessed that he feels terrified when fans approach him, as he is not accustomed to the celebrity-life.
We become accustomed to being tired when we first wake up in the morning, we get accustomed to having coffee, it becomes normal to be ravenous by 10am despite having a considerable amount of calories at breakfast, it even becomes normal to see urine that looks the same colour as most popular lagers when we go to the loo.
However, he of course doesn't speak the Queen's English to which you are so accustomed and his coarse language has hurt your very sensitive ears which I am sure are not accustomed to such crass language.
Colin Firth has admitted he would like to try some riskier acting roles rather than the more suited ones he has become accustomed to.
[Over recent years, most Muslim women and girls in this predominantely Muslim girls have been accustomed to appearing in public wearing the Islamic headdress.]
Summary: In a spartan six-story building on a muddy side street in Algiers, Nadia Derafa and Mohamed el Aasar have grown accustomed to working late into the night.
LAST DAYS continues and end-of-world saga begun in PEEPS, but no prior familiarity is needed to quickly become accustomed to plot and action.
While we've grown comfortably accustomed to having whatever food we want, during any season and at any hour, Sandor Ellix Katz, author of The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved (Chelsea Green Publishing Company, $20), says that that convenience comes at a substantial cost.
To those not accustomed to examining the present in more than its immediate context it may, therefore, be shocking to realize that it was only toward the beginning of the eighteenth century that there emerged a marked tendency to sequester alchemy from the new science of chemistry and, although the divorce is now irredeemable, alchemy retains its own place in the annals of human thought.
"Digital tools like these will help customers who are accustomed to doing their own product research to become more knowledgeable about products in the store without the help of clerks," Anthony says.