acclimate to

acclimate (someone or something) to

To help a person or thing to adjust to a new environment, role, etc. I've been spending a lot of time at home, acclimating our new puppy to life with our family. It's difficult to acclimate that type of plant to a colder climate. We initially had to focus on acclimating our adopted daughter to life in this country.
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acclimate someone (or an animal) to something

 and acclimatize someone or an animal to something
to cause a person or other living thing to become used to a different climate or environment. We will help acclimate Henry to the new building. We need to acclimatize the fish to the new aquarium.
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As a prepaid card issuer, Peoples Trust assists new program managers acclimate to the Canadian market, navigate the regulatory environment, and understand how to capture growing market demand.
Acclimation to a given temperature, however, tends to show that larvae may acclimate to cold water.
The team suggests that the stress response diminishes over time, and that the solution is to allow the rats to acclimate to the researcher before testing.
She describes how she became a firefighter/paramedic, including what it takes to enter the field, what it was like to acclimate to firefighting, her work with the Orlando Fire Department, her move into leadership positions and the education and experience needed, and the events that led to the end of her career.
They conclude that cold stress and the inability to acclimate to decreasing temperatures, rather than starvation, are key factors in winter mortality.
"Carpet has to acclimate to Interior conditions before it's installed.
"Inmates who have [completed] the program have shown the ability to better acclimate to society and lead a crime-free life."
Biomechanical testing includes measuring changes in energy expended, assessing how quickly soldiers acclimate to wearing the Hulc and whether there is a reduction in metabolic cost or improvement in metabolic efficiency.
(2006) suggested that acclimation-response ratio (difference in endpoint divided by difference in acclimation, essentially the slope of a line) estimates ability to change thermal tolerance so the upper extrapolated endpoint of the Gila chub may reflect inability to acclimate to increased temperatures, relative to the Devils River minnow.
This could be participating in a firm-sponsored community service event, such as Paint-the-Town or Adopt-a-Highway, or getting to know a new staff member who's not part of their department and helping him or her acclimate to the firm.
Typically, it takes people from sea level five to seven days to acclimate to the elevation, said Dr.
Turning your clock back one hour each night, as passengers do on the ship, might well be the most civilized way to acclimate to a foreign time zone.
Given this information, there are two ways to proceed: either one takes these facts and attempts to account for our remarkable neglect, or else we ask ourselves to simply acclimate to the new facts.
Jackson suggested SDDC schedule routine training operations with Ready Reserve Force ships to better acclimate to the different ship designs.