reacclimatize

reacclimatize

(ˌriːəˈklaɪməˌtaɪz) or

reacclimatise

vb
to acclimatize or become acclimatized again
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So we go back to the premise: that he will serve for such a short time, and what can he actually do in that short period of time, and the downside is, the organization will have to reacclimatize itself to two [PNP chiefs] in the same year, he said.
Intervention for UIA patients, for example, includes offering tangible support to relieve their psychological burden and help them reacclimatize to their normal lives, providing healthcare resources as well as decision-making support, and increasing confidence in their disease-specific knowledge and self-management of their health.
We allotted a minimum of 3 weeks between data collections to allow for users to reacclimatize to either the C-Leg or the PK, depending on which knee unit we tested first.
how to help incarcerated individuals reacclimatize themselves back into free society and keep them from returning to prison; analyze the drug control policy in the U.