- to acclimate.
Also especially British, ac·cli·ma·tise.
Origin of acclimatize
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Examples from the Web for acclimatization
Give illustrations of acclimatization as a form of accommodation.Introduction to the Science of Sociology
Robert E. Park
Every days march inland is a species of acclimatization and a removal from temptation.Stanley in Africa
James P. Boyd
We were now put through a gradual process of acclimatization.With the British Army in The Holy Land
Henry Osmond Lock
As to what has been done in the way of acclimatization it is not necessary to say much.
They seem to be immune to most of the pests and do not require as much in the way of acclimatization.Florida: An Ideal Cattle State
Florida State Live Stock Association
acclimatise acclimate (əˈklaɪmeɪt, ˈæklɪˌmeɪt)
- to adapt or become accustomed to a new climate or environment
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Word Origin and History for acclimatization
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