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Definition of the verb acclimate
What does acclimate mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: acclimated | acclimating | acclimates
- get used to a certain climate
Alternative definition of the verb acclimate
- [transitive, chiefly US] To habituate to a climate not native; to acclimatize.
Acclimate is a musical group.
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Soil and Biotic Factors by David M. Orcutt, Erik T. Nilsen
Another experiment that is used to determine the ability of a character to acclimate is the reciprocal transplant. In this case, individuals from a population that have different morphology or physiology are reciprocally transplanted into the area ...
Biology of Oysters (2017)
by Brian Leicester Bayne
The time taken to acclimate is a potential constraint on the benefits that accrue; a physiological compensation that requires days to ...
Crabb's English Synonymes (1917)
by George Crabb
Acclimate means to become accustomed to the climate of a new country. It may also be used figuratively in an extended sense to mean ...
A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney
accitmatalion, < acclimaler, acclimate: sec acclimate] Acclimatization: chiefly used in transcription from the ...
by Wang, Victor C. X.
Orientation: A program of specialized inperson activities that a higher education institution organizes to orient, acclimate, socialize, and welcome new college students to campus that usually occurs before the first week of classes begin during ...
by Robert Hartwell Fiske
acclimatize acclimate. • Perhaps your company has recently hired several Nigerian accountants, and you want to help them successfully acclimatize to your corporate ...
by Stanley Newman, Daniel Stark
train 6 adjust, harden, orient, season 7 break in 8 acquaint, indurate 9 acclimate, condition, get used to, habituate, reconcile accustomed: 4 wont 5 prone, typic, usual 6 common, normal 7 grooved, regular, routine, trained, typical 8 accepted, ...
The Mountain Encyclopedia (2005)
An A to Z Compendium of Over 2,250 Terms, Concepts, Ideas, and People by Frederic Hartemann, Robert Hauptman
Failure to acclimate may result in acute mountain sickness (AMS) or even death. During this complex physiological process, the body produces an increased amount of red blood cells to compensate for the lower partial pressure of oxygen ...
by Archie Hobson
respond physiologically or behaviorally to a change in a single environmental factor: trees may acclimate to high CO2 levels by reducing the number of stomata. DERIVATIVES: ac•cli•ma•tion |fækl/ emM¥/n| n. ac•cli•ma• tize ...
by Henry Watson Fowler, Jeremy Butterfield
acclimate, acclimatize. Both words mean 'to become or to cause to become accustomed to a new climate', literally or metaphorically. Acclimate is the slightly older form, being first recorded from 1792 , and ...
[AccLIMATE.] “The native inhabitants and acclimated Europeans enjoy a state of health the most perfect.”—Crawford: Commixture of Races. täc-cli'-mate-mênt, s. Acclimatization. äc-cli'-mat-Ing, pr. par. [AccLIMATE.] ...
The Encyclopædic Dictionary (1879)
A New and Original Work of Reference to All the Words in the English Language, with a Full Account of Their Origin, Meaning, Pronunciation, and Use by Robert Hunter
[ACCLIMATE.] Acclimatisation (q.v.). ". . . the meani of arfllmrition and culture." — * .- Encyci. of Agriculture. ac cli ma tt sa tion, ac cli ma tl tion, [ACCLIMATIZE.] 1. The process of inuring a human being, one of the inferior animals, or a plant, to a ...
by Jana Ranson
abdicate, abnegate, abrogate, acclimate, acetate, adequate, adulate, adumbrate, advocate, aggravate ...
An Exhaustive Dictionary of the English Language : Practical and Comprehensive : Giving the Fullest Definition (encyclopedic in Detail), the Origin, Pronunciation and Use of Words by Robert Hunter, Edward Thomas Roe, Le Roy Hooker, Thomas W. Handford
[AccLIMATE.] “The native inhabitants and acclimated Europeans enjoy a state of health the most perfect.”—Crawfords Commiacture of Races. täc-cli'-mate-mênt, s . Acclimatization. âc-cli'-mat-Ing, pr. par. [AccLIMATE.] täc-cli-mä -tion, s.
by Gordon Morris Bakken, Alexandra Kindell
The efforts of missionaries, especially the Latter-day Saints, or Mormons, helped acclimate the Polynesians to the Anglo-American world and vice versa. This also led to U.S. involvement in these areas as the United States attempted to spread ...
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- Acclimate Meaning
Video shows what acclimate means. To habituate to a climate not native; to acclimatize.. To adjust to a new environment; not necessarily a wild, natural, earthy ...
- Word of the Day - Acclimate - meaning and pronunciation - WorDay
Word of the day - 16 August , 2015 by WorDay.
- The Defective Dictionary Word: "Acclimate"
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Scrabble value of A1C3C3L1I1M3A1T1E1
The value of this 9-letter word is 15 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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