It took me only a few days to acclimate to the new school.
It will take a few days to acclimate to this hotter weather.
Our bodies are designed to acclimate to new temperatures with remarkable speed.
I don't think anyone can properly acclimate to this kind of humidity.
Our new dog took several weeks to acclimate to her new home.
You must allow your lungs a few days to acclimate to the higher elevation in the mountains before you go on a run.
Since Steve is from Texas, he doubted he would ever acclimate to the winter weather in Minnesota.
I am excited to move to Cuba, although it may be difficult to acclimate to the culture.
You should do your best to acclimate to your surroundings instead of pining for something better.
It will take us a while to acclimate to the 7-hour time difference.
Eliah was able to acclimate to the American culture surprisingly quickly.
After being promoted, it took me a few days to acclimate to my new position.
Life is hard enough for little ones to acclimate to without a barrage of ever-changing rules.
They had endured a difficult journey followed by the effort to acclimate themselves to a new place with new food sources.
It may be easier to acclimate your kitten to her new environment by providing her with a quiet space for the first few days.
Acclimate the flooring - Once you get the boxes of flooring planks home, you need to lay the boxes of planks flat and let them acclimate to the temperature of your home for 24 to 72 hours.
The other aspect to the preparation is giving the flooring time to acclimate to the room.
She'd been there for about two months, not yet enough time to acclimate to the Guardians.
This not only keeps your baby happier while traveling, but also helps them acclimate when you return home.
Its base elevation of 7,870 feet and a summit of 9,900 feet makes it a good place to acclimate if you are coming from sea level.
Before you sit down with your dog to file his nails with the dog nail grinder, you should acclimate him to the noise and the sensation first.
This will give the plant time to acclimate itself and store the energy it needs to produce beautiful blooms in the winter months.
Their body temperatures were taken after having been in the room for 15 minutes, giving them proper time to acclimate to the room.
As you acclimate to your surroundings, your therapist will ask you questions such as where you are, what's in front of you, what's going on around you and what you're doing.
They are also great for helping new viewers acclimate to storylines.
This will help you remember to acclimate your body to the workout in order to minimize injury risks.
Once heat rash clears, expose yourself gradually to the heat so that your skin can acclimate.
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