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 Translation for 'acclimatize' from English to Russian
VERB   to acclimatize | acclimatized | acclimatized
acclimatizing | acclimatizes
SYNO to acclimate | to acclimatise | to acclimatize
акклиматизироваться [сов./несов.]to acclimatize (oneself)
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Usage Examples English
  • Allan Byron (Teddy) Morris (March 1910 – September 5, 1965 Morris briefly returned to the Argonauts in 1960 as assistant coach to Lou Agase, having been brought in to help the American acclimatize to Canadian football.
  • The Corfu variety, which they called "kubbad abu nunia" ('citron with persistent style'), did not acclimatize well in Palestinian land, so growers started employing the grafting method on a large scale.
  • It is initially elevated in lowlanders who travel to high altitude, but reduces significantly over time as people acclimatize.
  • In recent years, the club has been a base for many South African players coming to Sweden, to acclimatize them before moving on to other Swedish clubs.
  • An article published by the "Associated Press" on October 10, 2008, quoted Elshat Hassan and Nury Turkel, two leaders of the Uyghur American Association, about plans for American-Uyghurs to help the Uyghur detainees acclimatize, once they have been admitted to the USA.

  • Farhan and a part of his family establish a new group and hope to establish a new community in the center of the country. The government agreed in 2006 to acclimatize this group in Palmachim.
  • While an initial report by Acres Limited suggested Canada may be receptive to planned communities in colder northern climates without arable soil, but as historian Ken Coates notes, the hope that large populations of Canadians may acclimatize to colder climates is a persistent obstacles to developing new northern population centres.
  • They rarely survive cold winters or the dryness of artificial heating, but an attempt to slowly acclimatize plants from the summer garden to the house can help.
  • She did special 15 days of high-altitude training in Manali, Himachal Pradesh to acclimatize and fine-tune her skills in snow craft.
  • The gardens had as their main function to allow exotic plants to acclimatize for then being multiplied and sold.

  • Failing to acclimatize, she returned to France eight months later and published "Desk", a book of sketches made in Los Angeles.
  • The main aim of this institute is to help the players to acclimatize to high altitude conditions.
  • In India the northern boundary of the Greater Rann of Kutch forms the International Border between India and Pakistan, it is heavily patrolled by India's Border Security Force (BSF) and the Indian Army conducts exercises here to acclimatize its troops to this harsh terrain.
  • Due to the homesickness of her husband, Walter Kempin, who was not able to acclimatize to New York, the family returned to Switzerland.
  • The salt content of sweat and urine decreases as people acclimatize to hot conditions. Plasma volume, heart rate, and capillary activation are also affected.

  • Those who do intend to visit the summit are also strongly advised to spend at least half an hour, or better three or four hours, at the mid-level in order to acclimatize to the higher elevation, and so reduce the possibility of suffering potentially dangerous altitude sickness.
  • Packe discovered several plant species that are endemic to the Pyrenees and also carried out a number of experiments when attempting to acclimatize rare plants in his garden.
  • If the cooling is slow, the beetle can acclimatize, so longer freezing is required.
  • It is initially elevated in lowlanders who travel to high altitude, but reduces significantly over time as people acclimatize.
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