Verb(1) make familiar or conversant with
(1) exercises which will help to familiarize the terms used(2) The emission tests will be voluntary and we won't ban vehicles that fail the test because we need to familiarize the public with the issue.(3) He expressed his stance to familiarize the plan's benefits to the community while taking in ideas from various parties.(4) I first met with each of the eight youths for a preintervention interview that allows us to become acquainted and for me to familiarize myself with their understanding of their behavioral challenges.(5) the need to familiarize pupils with dictionaries and their structures(6) to familiarize pupils with the microscope and its uses(7) A little search on the Internet and your travel agent can familiarize you with the cuisine, tastes of people and the luxury plus the budget restaurants at the place you propose to go.(8) An intention by 90 members of the People's Consultative Assembly to conduct an overseas trip to familiarize the results of the Annual Session has left me speechless.(9) This is an introduction to my story; I will just be familiarizing you with the characters and the setting.(10) A short introduction familiarises us with the crucial role of history painting in the seventeenth century, unduly neglected today.(11) The film-maker's earnest attempt is to familiarise the life and times of Bharati to the younger generation.(12) The extraordinary thing about humour is that it returns us to common sense by distancing us from it, humour familiarizes us with a common world through its miniature strategies of defamiliarization.(13) Martin is a patient teacher and he familiarises us with sailing etiquette and terminology without overloading us with technical information.(14) With just over four months before the euro is in your pocket the objective is to familiarise you with the day to day practical issues surrounding the euro that will affect you as a citizen of this country.(15) Thus, while Swinth offers explanations for why we have not heard of the work or names of particular women artists, Hirshler familiarizes us with the work and names of a number of them.(16) Selective reading and familiarisation with classics can boost their confidence and accelerate their intellectual growth.
(1) familiarize :: 慣れます
1. make conversant with ::
2. make familiar with ::
3. acquaint with ::
4. accustom to ::
5. habituate to ::
6. instruct in ::
9. school in ::
10. prime in ::
11. introduce to ::
14. give the lowdown on ::
15. fill in on ::
Different Formsfamiliarize, familiarized, familiarizes, familiarizing
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