Similar words: acclimatization, acclimate, climate, acclamation, anticlimax, treatise, animation, rheumatism. Meaning: v. get used to a certain climate.
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1 I believe they will quickly acclimatise.
2 Although well able to acclimatise to most aquarium conditions most Rasboras will reward any efforts made to accommodate their particular requirements.
3 It takes 15 to 30 minutes to acclimatise: a dog to the equipment and there is on-going training after that.
4 I have needed some time to acclimatise to England but, given a chance, I can show the supporters the real me.
5 Essentially we must not acclimatise to the local time, which is totally different to how we normally operate.
6 If I went by train I could acclimatise to the altitude on the way there.
7 They have been travelling for two days and will need some time to acclimatise.
8 This year he has left for St Louis early to acclimatise himself.
9 Gazza moved out to the villa in July to acclimatise before the football season kicked off.
10 The upshot of this is that players must also acclimatise to the flight of the ball.
11 The comparison is flattering. But I need to adapt to the style of play and to acclimatise over here.
12 Dr Brukner spent a month at Melwood at the back end of 2009-10 to acclimatise to his new surroundings.
13 He has continued to work hard as he has attempted to acclimatise to the English game.
14 I just want people to give me the time to acclimatise, to get my bearings and then you will see,[www.Sentencedict.com] " he told The Sun."
15 The mother bear spends about three weeks with the cub in the area of her snow hole, allowing it to acclimatise, before leading it out on to the sea ice to learn the art of seal hunting.
16 Journalist: How much do you think your time at Rangers will help you acclimatise to the Barclays Premier League?
17 They'll know each other well and that will help Vieira acclimatise to life at the City of Manchester Stadium more quickly.
18 The Chelsea and England captain joined with his national team-mates on an artificial surface in Altrincham, Cheshire, as they acclimatise to the type of pitch that will be used for the game in Moscow.
19 Maybe they have good agents who think it is a good way for the Brazilian players to acclimatise.
20 The economic aspect is important but he is a sportsman and it's also important at how he will acclimatise because it will be radical change in his life.
21 But researchers says that exercising regularly before a heatwave comes will help both men and women acclimatise better.
22 The games will not usher in democracy to China, but they will help to acclimatise both the leadership and the public to the world's concerns about how the country is developing.
23 I just wish people would give me the time to acclimatise and to get used to it all - then you will see.
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