accustom\ yourself\ to


accustom\ yourself\ to
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  • accustom yourself to something — phrase to gradually start to feel that something is normal or natural She had to accustom herself to eating later in the evening. Thesaurus: to become familiar with a new situation or way of livingsynonym people who live in a particular… …   Useful english dictionary

  • accustom yourself to something — to gradually start to feel that something is normal or natural She had to accustom herself to eating later in the evening …   English dictionary

  • accustom — ac|cus|tom [əˈkʌstəm] v [T] [Date: 1400 1500; : Old French; Origin: acostumer, from costume custom ] to make yourself or another person become used to a situation or place accustom yourself to sth ▪ It took a while for me to accustom myself to… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • accustom — verb (T) to make yourself or another person become used to a situation or place: accustom yourself to: It took a while for me to accustom myself to all the new rules and regulations …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • accustom — UK [əˈkʌstəm] / US verb Word forms accustom : present tense I/you/we/they accustom he/she/it accustoms present participle accustoming past tense accustomed past participle accustomed formal accustom yourself to something …   English dictionary

  • accustom — [[t]əkʌ̱stəm[/t]] accustoms, accustoming, accustomed VERB If you accustom yourself or another person to something, you make yourself or them become used to it. [FORMAL] → See also accustomed [V pron refl to n] ...while his team accustoms itself… …   English dictionary

  • accustom — ac|cus|tom [ ə kʌstəm ] verb FORMAL accustom yourself to something to gradually start to feel that something is normal or natural …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • accustom somebody to something — acˈcustom yourself/sb to sth derived to make yourself/sb familiar with sth or become used to it • It took him a while to accustom himself to the idea. • She quickly accustomed herself to the darkness. • Education should accustom children to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • accustomed to — If you are accustomed to something, you have become familiar with it and you no longer find it strange. Accustomed to usually comes after verbs such as be , become , get , or grow . It did not get lighter but I became accustomed to the dark. I am …   Useful english dictionary

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