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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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An emphasis on substance rather than status creates an environment in which women are accultured.
Thinking for a minute about how kids have accultured computers: how about a kids' computing lanuage for RFID tags, like Logo?
On Thursday he surpassed himself, telling journalists they have become "accultured" to silent owners such as Roman Abramovich.
Young people and the generations of the 21st century are not accultured to actually listen with their ears but primarily with their eyes.
I realized how far I’d accultured when my mom came to visit and we clashed over such things as “what is decent to wear to the grocery store.” and “why aren’t there any obvious common traits to these people?