- v. chiefly UK, New Zealand Variant spelling of to acclimatize.
- v. get used to a certain climate
“The best way to acclimatise is to spend at least an hour in natural daylight as soon as possible after landing.”
“I try to get into full tuck sometime on every ride, for as long as my fondness for beer will allow without too much discomfort, in order to gradually 'acclimatise' myself.”
“acclimatise" themselves for future overseas visits.”
“It was Wenger who decided to allow him to acclimatise to the big league out on the wing, and Capello was the beneficiary when the youngster used his speed in Zagreb to score a memorable hat-trick.”
“Luca Cumani's Mabait, who has had plenty of time to acclimatise, can also make the frame in an open contest.”
“I found a small hotel just off the Calle de Atocha and tried to acclimatise.”
“The pitch was hardly pristine and Ireland had to acclimatise quickly during frenetic opening exchanges, when the pace and helter-skelter action gave the occasion a real cup tie feel.”
“As Buddy attempts to acclimatise to alien New York life, he falls in love with toy-store employee Jovie, who shares his "affinity for elf culture".”
“It takes time for the boys to acclimatise when they arrive, to wean them off alcohol and glue, explains Malama Mazaba, manager of the centre, which houses up to 50 boys at a time.”
“Following the Australian model there is much to be said for an aspiring Test captain to acclimatise in ODI cricket.”
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