settle into (something)

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settle into (something)

To become used to or comfortable with something new. Once you settle into a routine at your new job, I'm sure you'll feel less stressed.
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settle into

v.
To become established or comfortable in some new environment or circumstance: She settled into her new job relatively quickly. After a few days at the camp, I settled into a routine.
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Using a field ion microscope, they have managed to observe single iridium atoms settling into position on closely packed iridium planes, revealing, among other things, a previously unseen "empty zone" near the lattice's edge, Ehrlich said last week in Boston at a meeting of the Materials Research Society.