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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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It's safer and easier if you're often interrupted by office colleagues - but it certainly takes some getting used to.
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Park manager Gary Gilmour said: "Hope arrived on Friday evening and spent the weekend getting used to her new surroundings and exploring her enclosure.
"Getting used to the fact that the Israeli economy is doing well," as noted by the economic advisor to the prime minister, means getting used to an economy driven by a small group, an economy with unbalanced growth that generously benefits that group.
TIGER WOODS admits he's getting used to a "new body" as he gave himself a shot of winning on his comeback after 10 months out injured.
The cubs were welcomed into the world back in April and have spent three months getting used to their new surroundings.
Mystery author Rachel Goldman is getting used to the idea that her fictional creation Duffy Madison has somehow taken flesh-and-blood form and is investigating missing person cases not far from where Rachel lives.
SERGIO AGUERO claims he is finally getting used to the "picky" demands of new Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.
"It's quite comfortable in there but again it's still early days for me and I'm still getting used to my teammates," Hayden added.
Excuses include shortage of staff, staff getting used to new vehicles, getting used to new routes and collection days, vehicle breakdowns, roads left off planning routes and missed altogether.
STEVE COOPER believes Liverpool's trip to Singapore for the inaugural NextLions Cup will provide valuable experience for the club's young players, and says getting used to travel, new surroundings and football on foreign soil is vital in the development of any prospective footballer.
Well, getting used to the right handed mouse is one thing, but somehow I have always favored the use of an ambidextrous design in gaming mice.
"He's getting used to us and we're getting used to him and this is a chance for us to have a look at him in a competitive game.
Summary: Ben Barnes is getting used to his celebrity status following his latest film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
The low-slung chopper-style configuration that has your feet out in front of you, soles to the wind, took some getting used to.