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settle into somewhere/something

phrasal verb with settle  us   /ˈset̬·əl/ verb
to ​becomecomfortable in a ​place or doing an ​activity: Students settled into ​theirdesks and took out ​theirnotebooks. After ​movingfrequently during his first 14 ​years, he settled into a ​normal high ​schoollife.
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