Idiom: warm up to (someone/something)
— My mother is so afraid of everything she’s just beginning to warm up to using the microwave.
— Since our baby was born, my father is finally starting to warm up to my husband.
— We rescued our dog from the shelter. It took almost 18 months for Snoopy to warm up to us because he had been abused.
— My husband never warmed up to living overseas so I quit my job in the foreign service after just two years.
— No matter how I tried, I couldn't warm up to aerobics. I really love Zumba though.
— My five-year old is finally warming up to vegetables.
— My teacher never warmed up to me so I'm not surprised I only received an B in his class.
— I've warmed up to wearing dresses—it's easier because you don't have to match a top and a bottom.
— I hated BTS and K-Pop at first but I've warmed up to their music.
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