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acquaint, acquainting, acquainted
1. To make more or less familiar, to make aware, or to make conversant; to cause to come to know personally (usually followed by with): "We wanted to acquaint the mayor with our plan."
2. To furnish with knowledge; to inform (usually followed by with): "We tried to acquaint the manager with our findings."
3. To bring into social contact; to introduce; to make familiar (usually followed by with): She acquainted her roommate with my cousin.
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(Latin: to tell, to relate, to recount; to make acquainted with)
(Latin: from gnoscere, to come to know, to get to know, to get acquainted [with]; know, learn; mark, sign; and cognoscere, to get to know, to recognize)