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English definition of “inure sb to sth”

inure sb to sth

formal
verb uk phrasal verb with inure   /ɪnˈjʊər/ us    /-ˈjʊr/
If you become inured to something unpleasant, you become familiar with it and able to accept and bear it: After spending some time on the island they became inured to the hardships.
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