warm to


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warm to

v.
1. To become more kindly or favorably disposed to someone or something: I think they are warming to my idea.
2. To make someone or something more kindly or favorably disposed to someone or something: We're trying to warm the committee to our new proposal.
3. To make someone more appealing to someone or something: The new administration is very responsive, which has warmed them to many people.
See also: warm