- to accustom or become accustomed to a new climate or environment; adapt.
Origin of acclimate
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Examples from the Web for acclimated
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
April 19, 2014
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
December 2, 2013
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?
March 30, 2012
They were born here and are acclimated to it—we are strangers and aren't.The Skylark of Space
Edward Elmer Smith and Lee Hawkins Garby
They are acclimated, born and reared in the southern climate.
There were several rare plants, also, that they had acclimated.A Little Girl in Old Quebec
Amanda Millie Douglas
We had had time to learn the language and sort of get acclimated so we did very well there.Continuous Vaudeville
Will M. Cressy
Everybody said he was "acclimated" now, and said it cheerfully.The Gilded Age, Complete
Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner
Word Origin and History for acclimated
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