Adjective "acclimated" definition and examples

(Acclimated may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈaklɪmeɪt//əˈklʌɪmət/

Definitions and examples

verb

Acclimatize.
  1. 'I quickly became acclimated to a variety of cultures and people - which was wonderful because I've always loved learning about new cultures.'
  2. 'Joe Policastro has found a pleasant way to acclimate to the Florida heat and humidity that are part of early season racing - he and his wife Pam spend the winter months in their Palm Beach home.'
  3. 'Its soldiers and marines were better acclimated to the weather conditions in the Falklands as a result of their longer tenure in theater and from years of training in Norway.'
  4. 'With O'Bannon's help, he grows more accustomed and acclimated to the West, as Roy learns from Chon in the buddy picture tradition.'
  5. 'He has not yet acclimated to when our days and nights are.'
  6. 'After their arrival in Colombia, the birds will spend two weeks in a holding facility to acclimate to their new surroundings before their release into a wilderness area 50 miles northeast of Bogota.'
  7. 'And WNY personnel at all communities are available to help residents get acclimated to their new surroundings, while finding all the local services and retail outlets they need.'
  8. 'Slow-to-warm-up children need time to acclimate to a new environment and time to watch others do activities first.'
  9. 'By this time, Sicilians were acclimated to the extent that they no longer felt threatened or intimidated by American schools.'
  10. 'Dana struggles valiantly for her survival upon her several returns to the past, but near the novel's end, she wonders whether or not she is becoming acclimated to submissiveness.'
  11. 'Gradually, as immigrants acclimated to the American milieu, in which others regarded them simply as Italians, and as they increasingly interacted with fellow immigrants, campanilismo gave way to a more national identity.'
  12. 'It's important to try to help foreign students acclimate to American universities.'
  13. 'Ryley didn't think too much of it, attributing the changes to the fact that he was becoming acclimated to his new surroundings.'
  14. 'This questionnaire was administered during the second semester, in late March, so that the students would have had time to acclimate to the university culture.'
  15. 'Eventually the city kids settle into a comfortable routine that vacillates between mocking their counterparts and helping them acclimate to their new surroundings.'
  16. 'I think his knee had to get acclimated to a heavier workload, but I see him making progress with it.'
  17. 'trees may acclimate to high CO₂ levels by reducing the number of stomata'
  18. 'Other studies also showed that photosynthesis of Arctic macrophytes has the potential to acclimate to UVBR.'
  19. 'No information on the phenological plasticity of other benthic freshwater algae or on their capacity to acclimate to the naturally changing light environment is available.'
  20. 'Plants have evolved various protective mechanisms that allow them to acclimate to unfavourable environments for continued survival and growth.'
  21. 'Furthermore, nitrogen limitation has been shown to affect adversely the ability of non-leguminous plants to acclimate to periods of environmental stress.'
  22. 'P max can acclimate to several factors, which are, in approximate order of importance, light, nitrogen nutrition, ambient carbon dioxide concentration and temperature.'
  23. 'Several studies have indeed shown that plants acclimated to high light are less susceptible to a range of processes related to photoinhibition and photodamage.'
  24. 'As with the photosynthetic apparatus, stomata can acclimate to long-term variation in CO2 supply.'

More definitions

1. to accustom or become accustomed to a new climate or environment; adapt.

More examples(as adjective)

"occureds can be acclimated."

Origin

(acclimate)Late 18th century: from French acclimater, from a- (from Latin ad ‘to, at’) + climat ‘climate’.