英 [ə'kʌltʃəreɪt] 美 [ə'kʌltʃəreɪt]
- vi. 因文化传入而变化
- vt. 借文化传入使 ... 变化
- The course is designed to acculturate new staff.
- Schools help to acculturate the second generation of immigrants.
- The children of immigrants have come to acculturate.
- The rules of service are the basic for alarm service industry to acculturate and network.
- It is putting at risk the child's cognitive and personal development and it is negating the child's need to acculturate into the two world's that he/she belongs to.
- As military officials were to acculturate Confucian principles and practices after 951, the government's orientation shifted from the military to the civilian side.