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settle in

phrasal verb with settle uk   /ˈset.l̩/  us   /ˈset̬-/ verb
C1 to become familiar with somewhere new, such as a new house, job, or school, and to feel comfortable and happy there: Once we've settled in, you must come round for dinner.
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