Familiarise



[fuh-mil-yuh-rahyz] /fəˈmɪl yəˌraɪz/

verb (used with object), familiarized, familiarizing.
1.
to make (onself or another) well-acquainted or conversant with something.
2.
to make (something) well-known; bring into common knowledge or use.
3.
Archaic. to make ; establish (a person) in friendly intimacy.
verb (used without object), familiarized, familiarizing.
4.
Archaic. to associate in a way.
/fəˈmɪljəˌraɪz/
verb (transitive)
1.
to make (oneself or someone else) familiar, as with a particular subject
2.
to make (something) generally known or accepted
v.

chiefly British English spelling of familiarize; for spelling, see -ize. Related: Familiarised; familiarising.
v.

c.1600, “to make well known,” from familiar + -ize. Related: Familiarized; familiarizing.

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