settle in(to) (something or some place)(redirected from settle in some place)
settle in(to) (something or some place)
To become comfortable in and accustomed to a new location, environment, or circumstance. Well, how are you settling in after a week working here? I was surprised by how easily I settled into life in the country. Once we're settled in a bit, we're going to start exploring what the area has to offer.
to become accustomed to one's new surroundings; to get used to living in a place or a new dwelling. I need a little time to settle in, then I can think about buying a car.
To become established or comfortable in a new environment or circumstance: It took a month for us to settle in after the move. We'll come visit you after you get settled in.