Acclimation (noun)

The process of becoming accustomed to a new climate, environment, or situation.

Origin:

The word "acclimation" is derived from the latin word "acclimatare" which means "to acclimate".

Examples:

  1. It takes time for a person to acclimate to living in a new country.
  2. She had to acclimate to the high altitude when she went on a trip to the mountains.
  3. The plants need to acclimate to the new environment before they can be moved to the garden.
  4. The company provides a training program to help new employees acclimate to the work culture.
  5. He had to acclimate to the colder weather when he moved to Canada.
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