settle in

This page is about the phrasal verb settle in.

Meaning: to begin to feel comfortable in a new situation, such as a new home, a new job, or a new school

For example:

  • settle in How's your new job? Are you settling in okay?

  • settle in It always takes time when you move to a new city, but I'm sure you'll settle in just fine.

Quick Quiz:

It'll take a couple of weeks, but I'm sure the kids will soon settle in to their

a. new computer game

b. new uniforms

c. new school

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