acquaint definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause to get to understand yourself: i would ike to acquaint my loved ones.
    • which will make familiar: familiarized myself aided by the settings.
    • To inform: Kindly acquaint us together with your plans.
    • To furnish or offer experimental familiarity with; to make (one) to understand; to make familiar; -- followed closely by with.
    • To communicate notice to; to inform; to produce cognizant; -- followed by with (previously, also, by of), or by that, presenting the intelligence.
    • To acquaint; to accustom.
  • verb:
    • To provide or offer experimental knowledge of; to produce (one) understand; to make familiar.
    • To communicate notice to; to see; to create cognizant.
    • To acquaint; to accustom.
    • cause to come to know directly
    • inform
    • make familiar or conversant with
  • adjective:
    • Acquainted.
    • Acquainted.
  • others:
    • familiarized; in person or mutually known: as, our company is not acquaint.
    • resulting in to have acquaintance or be just about familiar; make conversant: combined with with: as, to acquaint your self, or make your self familiarized, with an interest; which will make people (to be) knowledgeable about one another.
    • To provide with knowledge or information (about); make conversant by notice or communication: with with prior to the topic of data, and previously sometimes with of: because, to acquaint a buddy with one's proceedings.
    • Synonyms To acquaint (with), make understood (to), familiarize (with), introduce (to). To see (of), communicate (to), apprise (of), mention (to), signify (to), personal (to), reveal (to), expose (to), tell (to). See announce and inform.
    • to be familiarized.
  • noun:
    • An acquaintance.

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