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habituate someone to someone or something

to accustom someone to someone or something. Soon she will habituate the baby to the new feeding schedule. The office staff worked hard to habituate the new employee to the schedule.
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Experimental millipedes exposed to repeated vibrations did habituate while control millipedes, exposed to only two vibrations, did not.
Cabinet Division joint secretary Ishtiaque Ahmad, however, quoted the Government Employees Code of Conduct that stipulated that "a government employee must not habituate in any kind of speculative (Fatka) business which may cause huge loss due to price volatility".
You enjoyed doing your best to habituate them, to groom them into accepting what you did to them.
Manley responds to questions about whether feeding sharks could habituate them to humans by pointing out that his programs take place many miles from spots where people swim or dive.
Stosur, who has been given the time to get clay courts out of her system in her effort to habituate herself to grass with an earlier-than-expected defeat at the French Open, said that she is enjoying playing on grass and admitted that she should have done that a long time ago.
Washington, Sept 15 ( ANI ): Foetuses exposed to heavy binge drinking by their mums while still in the womb require significantly more trials to habituate and also exhibit a greater variability in test performance, a new study has revealed.
In contrast, individuals with an inhibited temperament failed to habituate across repeated presentations of faces, meaning familiar faces triggered the same brain response as the unfamiliar.
The WTI further stated that nylon leash has been fitted on the cubs to habituate them to the idea of radio-collars which will be fitted on them before they are completely independent of the keeper.
In a second session, the foetus "remembers" the stimulus and the number of stimuli needed for the foetus to habituate is then much smaller.
The failure of bariatric surgery candidates to habituate suggests that satiation, or the feeling of fullness while eating, is impaired in this population.