Acquaint ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Acquaint ( verb )

  1. To make someone aware of or familiar with something.
  2. To cause to become familiar with someone or something.

Origin:

From middle english aqueynten, from old french aquaindre, from latin ad ("to") + cognoscere ("to know"), from com- ("together") + gnoscere ("to kno.w")

Examples:

  1. I am pleased to acquainting you with my new colleagues.
  2. He was acquainting the new employee with the company's policies.
  3. The guidebook will acquainting you with the city's history and culture.
  4. She was acquainting herself with the new software.
  5. The lecture was aimed at acquainting the students with the latest research in the field.

(As a noun)

Acquaint ( noun )

  1. To make someone aware of or familiar with something.
  2. To cause to become familiar with someone or something.

Origin:

From middle english aqueynten, from old french aquaindre, from latin ad ("to") + cognoscere ("to know"), from com- ("together") + gnoscere ("to kno.w")

Examples:

  1. I am pleased to acquainting you with my new colleagues.
  2. He was acquainting the new employee with the company's policies.
  3. The guidebook will acquainting you with the city's history and culture.
  4. She was acquainting herself with the new software.
  5. The lecture was aimed at acquainting the students with the latest research in the field.
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