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acculturated (comparative more acculturated, superlative most acculturated)

  1. accustomed to; familiar with
    • 2012, David Skinner, The Story of Ain't: America, Its Language, and the Most Controversial Dictionary Ever Published, HarperCollins, page 34:
      The wide-eyed seamstress became acculturated to the fast living of guys and dolls []



  1. simple past and past participle of acculturate
    • 2021, Dimitra S. Mouliou, Konstantinos I. Gourgoulianis, “False-positive and false-negative COVID-19 cases: respiratory prevention and management strategies, vaccination, and further perspectives”, in Expert Review of Respiratory Medicine[1], →DOI, →PMID, pages 1–10:
      It is speculated that, in the near future, communities will have acculturated SARS-CoV-2 and its mutants []