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acclimatize

ac·cli·ma·tize / əˈklīməˌtīz/ • v. [intr.] acclimate: they acclimatized themselves before ascending Everest. ∎  Biol. respond physiologically or behaviorally to changes in a complex of environmental factors. DERIVATIVES: ac·cli·ma·ti·za·tion / əˌklīmətəˈzāshən/ n.

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acclimatize

acclimatize XIX. f. F. acclimater, f. climat CLIMATE + -IZE; has superseded older acclimate (now chiefly U.S.) — F.

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