familiarise


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familiarise


Past participle: familiarised
Gerund: familiarising

Imperative
familiarise
familiarise
Present
I familiarise
you familiarise
he/she/it familiarises
we familiarise
you familiarise
they familiarise
Preterite
I familiarised
you familiarised
he/she/it familiarised
we familiarised
you familiarised
they familiarised
Present Continuous
I am familiarising
you are familiarising
he/she/it is familiarising
we are familiarising
you are familiarising
they are familiarising
Present Perfect
I have familiarised
you have familiarised
he/she/it has familiarised
we have familiarised
you have familiarised
they have familiarised
Past Continuous
I was familiarising
you were familiarising
he/she/it was familiarising
we were familiarising
you were familiarising
they were familiarising
Past Perfect
I had familiarised
you had familiarised
he/she/it had familiarised
we had familiarised
you had familiarised
they had familiarised
Future
I will familiarise
you will familiarise
he/she/it will familiarise
we will familiarise
you will familiarise
they will familiarise
Future Perfect
I will have familiarised
you will have familiarised
he/she/it will have familiarised
we will have familiarised
you will have familiarised
they will have familiarised
Future Continuous
I will be familiarising
you will be familiarising
he/she/it will be familiarising
we will be familiarising
you will be familiarising
they will be familiarising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been familiarising
you have been familiarising
he/she/it has been familiarising
we have been familiarising
you have been familiarising
they have been familiarising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been familiarising
you will have been familiarising
he/she/it will have been familiarising
we will have been familiarising
you will have been familiarising
they will have been familiarising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been familiarising
you had been familiarising
he/she/it had been familiarising
we had been familiarising
you had been familiarising
they had been familiarising
Conditional
I would familiarise
you would familiarise
he/she/it would familiarise
we would familiarise
you would familiarise
they would familiarise
Past Conditional
I would have familiarised
you would have familiarised
he/she/it would have familiarised
we would have familiarised
you would have familiarised
they would have familiarised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.familiarise - make familiar or conversant withfamiliarise - make familiar or conversant with; "you should acquaint yourself with your new computer"; "We familiarized ourselves with the new surroundings"
inform - impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to; "I informed him of his rights"
orient - familiarize (someone) with new surroundings or circumstances; "The dean of students tries to orient the freshmen"
verse - familiarize through thorough study or experience; "She versed herself in Roman archeology"
reacquaint - familiarize anew; "We reacquainted ourselves with this technique"
get into - familiarize oneself thoroughly with; "He really got into semantics"
acquaint, introduce, present - cause to come to know personally; "permit me to acquaint you with my son"; "introduce the new neighbors to the community"
Translations
يَطَّلِع عَلى، يُلِمُّ بِ
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familiar

(fəˈmiljə) adjective
1. well-known. The house was familiar to him; She looks very familiar (to me).
2. (with with) knowing about. Are you familiar with the plays of Shakespeare?
3. too friendly. You are much too familiar with my wife!
faˈmiliarly adverb
faˌmiliˈarity (-liˈӕ-) plural faˌmiliˈarities noun
1. the state of being familiar. I was surprised by her familiarity with our way of life.
2. an act of (too) friendly behaviour. You must not allow such familiarities.
faˈmiliarize, faˈmiliarise verb
(with with) to make something well known to (someone). You must familiarize yourself with the rules.
faˌmiliariˈzation, faˌmiliariˈsation noun
References in classic literature ?
I must familiarise my style--but she understands it.
Weston had his five minutes share of it; but five minutes were enough to familiarise the idea to his quickness of mind.
Summary: The trade mission aimed to familiarise UAE delegates with Kenya's economy and business environment
Craig Levein's squad have been training at Scotland's home of rugby all week in a bid to familiarise his players with their makeshift home.