acclimatise


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acclimatise


Past participle: acclimatised
Gerund: acclimatising

Imperative
acclimatise
acclimatise
Present
I acclimatise
you acclimatise
he/she/it acclimatises
we acclimatise
you acclimatise
they acclimatise
Preterite
I acclimatised
you acclimatised
he/she/it acclimatised
we acclimatised
you acclimatised
they acclimatised
Present Continuous
I am acclimatising
you are acclimatising
he/she/it is acclimatising
we are acclimatising
you are acclimatising
they are acclimatising
Present Perfect
I have acclimatised
you have acclimatised
he/she/it has acclimatised
we have acclimatised
you have acclimatised
they have acclimatised
Past Continuous
I was acclimatising
you were acclimatising
he/she/it was acclimatising
we were acclimatising
you were acclimatising
they were acclimatising
Past Perfect
I had acclimatised
you had acclimatised
he/she/it had acclimatised
we had acclimatised
you had acclimatised
they had acclimatised
Future
I will acclimatise
you will acclimatise
he/she/it will acclimatise
we will acclimatise
you will acclimatise
they will acclimatise
Future Perfect
I will have acclimatised
you will have acclimatised
he/she/it will have acclimatised
we will have acclimatised
you will have acclimatised
they will have acclimatised
Future Continuous
I will be acclimatising
you will be acclimatising
he/she/it will be acclimatising
we will be acclimatising
you will be acclimatising
they will be acclimatising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been acclimatising
you have been acclimatising
he/she/it has been acclimatising
we have been acclimatising
you have been acclimatising
they have been acclimatising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been acclimatising
you will have been acclimatising
he/she/it will have been acclimatising
we will have been acclimatising
you will have been acclimatising
they will have been acclimatising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been acclimatising
you had been acclimatising
he/she/it had been acclimatising
we had been acclimatising
you had been acclimatising
they had been acclimatising
Conditional
I would acclimatise
you would acclimatise
he/she/it would acclimatise
we would acclimatise
you would acclimatise
they would acclimatise
Past Conditional
I would have acclimatised
you would have acclimatised
he/she/it would have acclimatised
we would have acclimatised
you would have acclimatised
they would have acclimatised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.acclimatise - get used to a certain climateacclimatise - get used to a certain climate; "They never acclimatized in Egypt"
adapt, conform, adjust - adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions; "We must adjust to the bad economic situation"
Translations
يُأقْلِـم
venja nÿjum aîstæîum
aklimatizēt

acclimatize,

acclimatise

(əˈklaimətaiz) verb
to make or become accustomed to a new climate, new surroundings etc. It took him several months to become acclimatized to the heat.
acˌclimatiˈzation, acˌclimatiˈsation noun
References in periodicals archive ?
Prisons XI coach Philemon Makhwengwe says his team has used its first five matches to acclimatise to tough competition in the BTC Premiership.
According to Kwesi Appiah the weather condition was the principal reason why Ghana decided to pitch camp in Ethiopia, in order to acclimatise with high altitude before the game against the Harambee Stars.
UN Environment Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) and climate risk advisory firm Acclimatise have published new methodologies that help banks understand how the physical risks and opportunities of a changing climate might affect their loan portfolios, the company said.
The 14-year-old went to the river with friends but didn't acclimatise his body before jumping in, which caused his body to go into shock and his heart stopped beating.
Wasim Bari said their touring side could face problems due to lack of experience and also pointed out that the Test series being a short one (only two tests) may not give enough time to Pakistani players to acclimatise to the conditions.
'It's not going to be easy to bat in those conditions, which is why we've sent the team early to make sure the players will get enough time to acclimatise to the conditions.'
"It's not going to be easy to bat in those conditions, which is why we've sent the team early to make sure the players will get enough time to acclimatise to the conditions." The last time Pakistan visited England, under the leadership of the then captain Misbahul Haq, they came out with a 2-2 draw in the four-match series, which was considered much like a victory for the visitors.
The nightmare 50-hour journey means they had next to no time to acclimatise before running out for a crucial Guinness PRO14 encounter.
Mazoon regretted that she was not able to travel to the UK in advance as it would have helped 'to acclimatise'.
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He's come in and he's had to acclimatise from being at school and a scholarship player to actually working every day as a Rugby League player, so once he acclimatised and came to terms with what we were demanding from him he's done very well and he's thriving.
"There was a chance we could have brought him here in January but I decided against that because he wouldn't have had any time to acclimatise to English football.