familiarize[ fuh-mil-yuh-rahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF familiarize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAMILIARIZE
These are some of the devices by which Plato, like a modern novelist, seeks to familiarize the marvellous.
A study of the figures will familiarize our readers with the principal forms.
Not only can they familiarize themselves with the past, they are able to keep up with the present.
Can you familiarize me with the most direct course to a physician?
It was to be a non-stop trip, mostly to familiarize Rick with the terrain.
What need to familiarize us with the life of such a creature?
Among other things, I had to familiarize myself with the character I was about to portray.
Profit of that distinction, and familiarize yourself at both.
He wanted to familiarize himself at once with the styles and methods of his men.
Familiarize the student with the past and present literature of his branch.