verb (used with or without object), ac·cli·mat·ed, ac·cli·mat·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM acclimateac·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
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Over the years, the dish has acclimated to American taste buds, and become sweeter.‘The Search for General Tso’: The Origins of America’s Favorite Chinese Dish, General Tso’s Chicken|Marlow Stern|April 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Most people on the standard American diet have acclimated their bodies to a life of burning sugar.Six Secrets of Sleep Hacking to Get More Effective Rest|Ari Meisel|December 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Independent says Tebbutt is to begin interviews with Scotland Yard “once she has acclimated.”Somalia’s Hostage: Judith Tebbutt Is Home—But How Free?|Margot Kiser|March 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
What it is to be acclimated to western fevers no two persons exactly agree.The Gilded Age, Complete|Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner
Their flesh is delicious; they also deserve to be acclimated.Reptiles and Birds|Louis Figuier
We had had time to learn the language and sort of get acclimated so we did very well there.Continuous Vaudeville|Will M. Cressy
They say the planters never lived on the plantations in summer months, though they were acclimated, for fear of fevers.Letters from Port Royal|Various
The palm tree was imported and acclimated as a native plant.The Enemies of Women|Vicente Blasco Ibez