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 acclimation
This gradual adaptation to circumstances by an accommodating power is termed, in philosophical language, acclimation.A Treatise on Sheep:|Ambrose Blacklock
It was, I suppose, the acclimation to which we were being subjected.Tenting on the Plains|Elizabeth B. Custer
There is nothing to hope for, as regards malaria, in acclimation.
We decided it's just a part of acclimation to—we call this planet Lucifer.West Of The Sun|Edgar Pangborn
His breath came faster, and his great chest rose and fell; these were the only indications of acclimation.