entrain

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entrain

/en·train/ (en-trān´) to modulate the cardiac rhythm by gaining control of the rate of the pacemaker with an external stimulus.

entrain

(ĕn-trān′)
To alter the biological rhythm of an organism so that it assumes a cycle different from a 24-hour one.