familiarize definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To make known, recognized, or familiar.
    • to create acquainted with.
    • to produce familiar or personal; to habituate; to accustom; which will make popular by training or converse.
    • In order to make familiarized, or skilled, by practice or study.
    • which will make understood, acknowledged, or familiar.
    • In order to make acquainted with.
    • In order to make familiar or intimate; to habituate; to accustom; in order to make dominant by rehearse or converse.
    • In order to make familiarized, or competent, by practice or study.
    • to help make understood, recognized, or familiar.
    • to help make familiar with.
    • To make familiar or intimate; to habituate; to accustom; to make distinguished by training or converse.
    • to create familiarized, or competent, by training or research.
    • To make known, recognized, or familiar.
    • In order to make acquainted with.
    • to help make familiar or personal; to habituate; to accustom; in order to make dominant by practice or converse.
    • to help make acquainted, or skilled, by rehearse or research.
  • verb:
    • In order to make, or become familiar with anything or somebody
    • To make, or know more about anything or someone
    • make familiar or conversant with
    • make familiar or conversant with
    • which will make, or become familiar with some thing or someone
    • To make, or know more about anything or some one
    • make familiar or conversant with
    • make familiar or conversant with
  • others:
    • to help make familiar or intimate; render conversant by customary usage, experience, or sexual intercourse; acquaint closely: because, to familiarize your self with views of distress.
    • To accustom familiarly, regarding the picture, understanding, or training of some thing; habituate; inure.
    • . To make familiar in way; cause to behave or perhaps exercised familiarly or affably.
    • to create familiar in respect or experience; make popular; reason to be intimately considered or customary.
    • Also spelled familiarise.
    • which will make familiar or intimate; render conversant by customary use, knowledge, or sexual intercourse; acquaint closely: because, to acquaint one's self with views of stress.
    • To accustom familiarly, as to the picture, understanding, or rehearse of one thing; habituate; inure.
    • . To help make familiar in way; cause to behave or be exercised familiarly or affably.
    • To make familiar in respect or knowledge; make well-known; reason to be intimately considered or customary.
    • Also spelled familiarise.
    • to create familiar or personal; render conversant by customary use, knowledge, or intercourse; acquaint closely: as, to familiarize one's self with scenes of stress.
    • to create familiar or intimate; render conversant by customary usage, experience, or intercourse; acquaint closely: since, to acquaint your self with moments of distress.
    • To accustom familiarly, regarding sight, understanding, or training of one thing; habituate; inure.
    • . To produce familiar in fashion; cause to act or be exercised familiarly or affably.
    • to produce familiar in regard or knowledge; make well-known; reason to be intimately considered or customary.
    • additionally spelled familiarise.
    • To accustom familiarly, regarding the sight, understanding, or training of anything; habituate; inure.
    • . To help make familiar in fashion; cause to behave or perhaps exercised familiarly or affably.
    • which will make familiar in respect or experience; make well-known; reason enough to be intimately considered or customary.
    • additionally spelled familiarise.

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