familiarize

Word family noun familiarityunfamiliarity family familiarization adjective familiarunfamiliar familial verb familiarize adverb familiarly
From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfamiliarizefa‧mil‧i‧ar‧ize (also familiarise British English) /fəˈmɪliəraɪz/ verb familiarize yourself/somebody with somethingfamiliarization /fəˌmɪliəraɪˈzeɪʃən $ -rə-/ noun [uncountable] a one-day familiarization course→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
familiarizeTaylor familiarized himself with existing designs, borrowing features from several.Besides, the way our winter has been going, it seemed like the year to familiarize myself with snowshoes.Worcester was a good quiet place to begin, he said, to familiarize myself with the feel of the stage.These programs familiarize trainees with the production line, company policies and procedures, and the requirements of the job.Jules, you can accompany Alice and familiarize yourself with London.