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Definition of the verb acclimatise

What does acclimatise mean as a doing word?

verb - inflections: acclimatised | acclimatising | acclimatises

  1. get used to a certain climate
    • lexical domain: Change - verbs of size, temperature change, intensifying, etc.
    • alternative spelling: acclimatize
    • synonym of acclimatise: acclimate
    • more generic words: adapt / adjust / conform = adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions

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Google previewChina (2009)

by Phillip Donnelly

The feeling you get from the lack of oxygen going to your brain when you suddenly ascend to 4,000 metres with no time to acclimatise is a little like being drunk. You laugh for no reason and your co-ordination is shot. It also becomes difficult to think logically or coherently.

Google previewIrish-English/English-Irish Easy Reference Dictionary (2000)

by The Educational Company of Ireland

accident n taisme, timpiste, tjonóisc accidental adj mismeach, timpisteach, tionóisceach acclamation п gájr mholta acclimatisation п Clíomúchán acclimatise 1, clíomaigh accommodation п cóir, instas, lóistín accompaniment „ пошасап accompany v tionlaic accomplice n comhchoirí accomplish v críochnaigh accomplished adj Críochnaithe according to prep darle, ...

Google previewThe Concise Pojulu-English Dictionary (2010)

First edition, 2010 by LB Lokosang

todinikindyö n: to accustom; to acclimatise; to train somebody or people to be able to do something. todiniki pp: being acclimatised to some place; being exposed to get accustomed to something or a certain situation. toduma n. m. s.: 1. greatness; prominence. 2. size.

Google previewThe Tourism Society's Dictionary for the Tourism Industry (2008)

by Verité Reily Collins

acclimatise (v) to become accustomed to changed local weather conditions. accom. (abbr.) accommodation. accommodation (n) rooms provided for living and sleeping. accommodation grading schemes (n) local schemes which can be run by government organisations, local tourist boards, tour operators, town ...

Google previewThe Sterling Dictionary Of English For Everyday Use (2000)

by Arjuna Hulugalle

Noun Verb Adjective air aerify airy blood bleed bloody body embody bodily centre concentrate central circle encircle circular class classify classic climate acclimatise climatic colony colonise colonial courage encourage courageous credit accredit creditable crime incriminate criminal custom accustom customary depth deepen deep description describe descriptive destruction destroy destructive energy energise energetic flower flourish floral fraud defraud fraudulent • fury infuriate ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Mikir Language

abuse abusiye abut abyss acacia accede accelerate accent accept acceptable acceptor access accession accident acclamation acclimatise accommodate accompany accomplice accomplish accomplished (adj .) accomplishment accord according accordingly accost account accountable account; ni accoutre ...

Google previewCrossword Puzzle Dictionary (2015)

by Murali Mohan Hundigam

Get up—arise, rise Get up late—lie in Get up, military style—rise and shine Get upon—mount Get used to—accustom, accommodate Get used to grow bacteria—agar Get used to new conditions—acclimatise Get very angry—raise the roof Get wed—marry Get well again—recover Get what was left—inherit Get wind of—hear Get worse again—relapse Gets less wide— narrows Gets off—alights Gets on—boards Gets well out of difficulty by luck— lands on one's ...

Google previewMosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)

by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis

acclimatise [L, ad, towards; Gk, klima, region], to adjust physiologically to a different climate or environment, or to changes in altitude or temperature. —acclimatisation, n. accommodation (A, acc, Acc) ...

Google previewPansegrouw's Crossword Dictionary (1994)

by Louisa Pansegrouw

bedim, befog, bewilder, cloud, confuse, darken, dim, grey, muddle, mystify, obscure, overcast, pale, perplex, puzzle, shade, shadow, shield, shroud become -en, befit, change, embellish, fit, flatter, grace, happen, harmonise, suit become accustomed acclimate, acclimatise become active stir become actively involved participate become actual fact materialise become airborne fly, take off become a member of enter become ashen pale become attached cling become aware perceive, ...

Google previewDictionary of Manufactures, Mining Machinery, and the Industrial Arts (1876)

by George Dodd

The supply is obtained mainly from South America— attempts to acclimatise the animal in Australia and other countries not having hitherto been very successful. Alpaca is employed not for woollens, but for stuffs, unfelted or ...

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