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acquaint sb/yourself with sth

formal
phrasal verb with acquaint uk   us   /əˈkweɪnt/ verb
to make someone or yourself ​familiar with something: Take ​time to acquaint ​yourself with the ​rules. The Broadcasting Museum ​offersworkshops to acquaint ​children with the ​world of ​radio.
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