acclimated


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ac·cli·mate

 (ăk′lə-māt′, ə-klī′mĭt)
tr. & intr.v. ac·cli·mat·ed, ac·cli·mat·ing, ac·cli·mates
To accustom or become accustomed to a new environment or situation; adapt. See Synonyms at harden.

[French acclimater : a-, to (from Latin ad-; see ad-) + climat, climate (from Old French; see climate).]
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acclimated

adj aclimatado; to become — aclimatarse
References in classic literature ?
The swiftest of them, however, are those obtained from the whites while sufficiently young to become acclimated and inured to the rough service of the mountains.
In a little while we'll be acclimated and acquainted, and all will be well.
There are some intervals which border the strain of the wood thrush, to which I would migrate--wild lands where no settler has squatted; to which, methinks, I am already acclimated.
Larvae acclimated at a given temperature (15[degrees]C and 20[degrees]C) were used.
9 million will be acclimated in 2014; - Modernization of Power Lines in Southern Kyrgyzstan.
There are significant differences between acclimated and non-acclimated fish in terms of chloride cell sizes and Na+-K+-ATPase activities (p less than 0.
The app has onscreen instructions that help new users get acclimated.
Australian bush rats were brought into captivity and acclimated to either a cold environment-12 degree C-or a warm environment-22 degree C.
Results revealed two distinct levels of expertise: Acclimated and Competent.
They've already acclimated themselves in some drills and what they've done with defensive work," Scioscia said.
Now Archer must rescue his map and become acclimated to life aboard La Revancha and his new mates.
She's trying to get funding to help these teachers find places to live and get acclimated.