verb (used with or without object), ac·cli·mat·ed, ac·cli·mat·ing.
Related formsac·cli·mat·a·ble [uh-klahy-mi-tuh-buh l] /əˈklaɪ mɪ tə bəl/, adjectiveac·cli·ma·tion [ak-luh-mey-shuh n] /ˌæk ləˈmeɪ ʃən/, nounre·ac·cli·mate, verb, re·ac·cli·mat·ed, re·ac·cli·mat·ing.un·ac·cli·mat·ed, adjective
Can be confusedacclamation acclimation
Examples from the Web for acclimate
They do not acclimate as well to high temperatures, sweat less, and produce more body heat than adults.
You have to acclimate and accept your situation and not resist.
It may take a year or two to acclimate them to this more equable and more refreshing temperature.Our Italy|Charles Dudley Warner
A variation of it was given you to acclimate you to Earth's gravity and atmosphere.Star Performer|Robert J. Shea