ac·cli·mate /ˈækləˌmeɪt, Brit əˈklaɪmət/ verb ac·cli·mates; ac·cli·mat·ed; ac·cli·mat·ing
US : to adjust or adapt to a new climate, place, or situation — usually + to [no obj] ▪ He was never really able to acclimate to the hot weather. [=to get used to the hot weather] ▪ The mountain climbers spent a few days acclimating [=becoming adjusted] to the high altitude. [+ obj] ▪ I acclimated myself to the hot weather. ▪ You might need to acclimate your plants to bright sunlight gradually. ▪ We took a few days to get acclimated to our new teacher.
— ac·cli·ma·tion /ˌækləˈmeɪʃən/ noun