to gradually get used to a situation
adjust
to mention something as an example or proof
cite
not knowing facts or information that you should know
ignorant
the frequency of something or number of times it happens
incidence
a number of related events that happen again and again in the same order
cycle
to leave a person or thing
abandon
nervous and anxious   
tense
to prevent something from growing
inhibit
a relationship or similarity between two things
parallel
to include something
incorporate
made, done, or seen on a computer
virtual
the way the parts of something connect
structure
consisting of many parts or details
complex
a moral rue or set of ideas about what is right and wrong
principle
to do something to try to stop an argument or problem
intervene