accustom somebody to something
- acˈcustom yourself/sb to sth derivedto 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 thinking for themselves.Main entry: ↑accustomderived
Useful english dictionary. 2012.
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