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acclimatize

verb ( UK usually acclimatise)   /əˈklaɪ.mə.taɪz/ ( US also acclimate   )
to (cause to) change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc. aclimatar(se) More time will be needed for the troops and equipment to become acclimatized to desert conditions. We found it impossible to acclimatize ourselves to the new working conditions. The defending champion has acclimatized to the 90°F sunshine by spending the past month in Florida. ‘Why is it that it rains all the time in England?’ ‘Don’t worry – you’ll soon acclimatize.’ Apparently the zoo animals had become acclimated to the crowd noise and were no longer startled by it.1335
acclimatization noun [no plural] ( UK usually acclimatisation)   /əˌklaɪ.mə.taɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/
aclimatación 1335
(Definition of acclimatize from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

acclimatize

verb /əˈklaimətaiz/
to make or become accustomed to a new climate, new surroundings etc aclimatarse It took him several months to become acclimatized to the heat.
acclimatization /əˌklaimətəˈzeiʃən/ noun
aclimatación The athletes go through a process of acclimatization to high altitude.
(Definition of acclimatize from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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