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  • verb transitive To acclimate again; to reaccustom.


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re- +‎ acclimate


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  • She was taken from the hangar by several of the NASA officials and taken through a side door, and then she was allowed to kind of reacclimate herself, and she was not taken to a hospital.

    CNN Transcript Sep 22, 2006

  • As Leatherman and Nesbit reacclimate themselves to their former school, what they notice most is the melancholy -- the absence of the high-octane energy they remember on a typical school day.

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  • The physical contest -- with Boston outhitting the Capitals 22-14 -- was just the kind of atmosphere Ovechkin needed to reacclimate himself, even if his high-energy and hard-hitting style make the coaching staff worry about his health every now and again.

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  • One of the first things we did was endow a leadership service program at Arizona State University [Tillman's alma mater], and through that experience we met Marines who were trying to reacclimate to being home and being on a college campus.

    Tom Matlack: An Interview With Marie Tillman

  • My teammate Lauren DuBois was profoundly affected by her experiences in South Africa and struggled to reacclimate after returning home to California.

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  • Sanborn, even said that it was hard for him to reacclimate, once he returned home.

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  • ROBINOWITZ: They may recognize that something isn't quite right as they try to reacclimate, but they may not know that these are signs of -- early signs often of mental problems that can be treated and treated effectively.

    CNN Transcript Apr 30, 2008

  • We'll be able to have a longer life, enjoying our government-protected pension, and living to see the day when the corporate criminals who caused so much misery are let out of prison so that we can help reacclimate them to civilian life -- a life with one nice home and a gas-free car that was invented with help from the People's Bank.

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  • Not only will there be practical issues to take care of (housing, work and so on) but it's important to leave time to reacclimate yourself with the world that went on in your absence.

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  • Days after we get home I am still on Fiji time, slogging through my Christmas preparations and napping randomly, trying to reacclimate.

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