acclimated


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Related to acclimated: insinuating, beguile
See: accustomed
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Larvae acclimated to a given temperature will spend longer periods hidden, be faster to reach the substrate, and have a lower level of stress.
Depending upon geographic location, your athletes can be anywhere on a spectrum from being gradually acclimated over a period of several months to having little, if any, exposure to milder temperatures before the onset of brutal mid-summer heat.
These mentors work with the up-and-comers on everything from getting acclimated to the corporate culture to the finer points of their technical acumen.
He describes how postwar Germans cautiously acclimated themselves to growing abundance.
Initial chapters get kids acclimated to the idea of observing the weather and keeping weather logs.
The buddy typically has three to five years of experience and functions as a big brother or big sister to help the new staffer become acclimated.
As I become acclimated to the airline industry at this critical time in history, the challenges involved continue to sharpen my executive and financial skills as I become more of a strategic partner in decision-making.
Physicians are acclimated to managing in very narrow corridors of expertise, which enables them to function fairly autonomously from other physicians and non-clinical cohorts.
The acclimated and nonacclimated seedlings were then exposed to chilling at 5[degrees]C for 3 d and allowed to recover for 5 d at 25[degrees]C.
Being acclimated to incoming fire isn't something any student should have to go through.