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get used

To become acclimated to or comfortable with something. I took me a few months, but I've finally gotten used to my new job. I can't seem to get used to the plays my new team runs.
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"The Russian boy at Chelsea (Yuri Zhirkov) will take a time to settle and get used to it, and it will be no different for Bily.
If you don't get used to it fast, though, you'll soon be buying a new one.
"You get used to one way of touring, but with these guys it's nice to have a whole new look on tour."
But the 29-year-old said: "I feel like I need to get used to the ball a bit because it is a bit lighter than I am used to.
"The training is different, the way players and coaches approach training is different and it is a lot to get used to in a short space of time.
Did you have to draw the web pattern on the backs of the hangers at first to get used to them?