ease someone into (something)

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ease someone into (something)

To gently introduce or accustom someone to something new, such as a job or situation. I was really stressed about beginning a job I was so unfamiliar with, but my boss made sure to ease me into the work. Your grandfather has lived in the same home for over 60 years, so we have to be sure we ease him into living with us.
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We were putting our faith in it to put a lining on our stomachs and ease us into our long night of drinking gently.
Even the subtly heartbreaking grand finale wasn't able to throw a damp cloth on proceedings, as the company provided a much-needed riot of colour and escapism to help ease us into the gloomy winter months.
But are the writers about to ease us into this new series gently?
Time then for some comforting carbs to ease us into the colder weather.
Elephant provide woozy, beat-led electronic pop to ease us into the weekend.
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To ease us into what would be my companion's first raw fish experience, we first had beef gyoza brought to the table.
00pm THERE is a fantastic double bill of retro fun to ease us into the weekend - with one of the funniest films of the 80s, then another belter from the 90s.
A brief outbreak of showers is set for the middle of the week - with nowhere safe from rain on Tuesday - but dry, bright and settled weather will ease us into the weekend.
From Monday the bubbly broadcaster will ease us into summer taking over the 6am-7.
Another word absent from the minutes is convergence, the Euro-process which was billed to bring our interest rates down towards the European Central Bank's three per cent so the Government could ease us into the euro without drama.
Not only does [meditation] help to give a calmer beginning to the day, it also helps to ease us into a more restful evening," says Madison.
Little said: "Our first game is against Kirkley, who are also new to the league, and the hope is that it will ease us into things a bit.
Not that we mind - for some reason it seems rather fitting to have it nestling in the schedules early on Sunday evening, providing us with a nice bit of cosy telly to ease us into the working week.