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  • It was later adapted into a film and musical of the same name.
  • The film was later adapted as a stage musical of the same name.
  • I began writing for radio after they started adapting some of my stories.
  • Some of these plays were later adapted into silent and sound films.
  • The method was adapted and became the foundation of other twelve-step programs.
  • Songs from his other shows, however, are still frequently performed and adapted.
  • The horse also may need to adapt to a different and higher hand position.
  • The book has been adapted many times in different forms.
  • The building was originally constructed as a movie set, but was later adapted into a church.
  • It has been adapted as a play and as several films.
  • Attempts to adapt the novel into a film have been made without success.
  • The series has been adapted into four films to date.
  • Only plants adapted to low light can grow in this region.
  • Better adapting to one means being less able to do the other.
  • This first factory has been adapted and is used as a museum.
  • They have been working together to adapt the network code and build system.
  • Many multi-player games started as two-player games that were adapted to a greater number of players.
  • The series has been adapted for film and television many times, for stage twice, and also for radio.
  • King agreed because he thought students taking short stories and adapting them into films was a good idea.
  • The book has been adapted for radio four times.
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Meaning of adapt

  • verb Make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose
    Adapt our native cuisine to the available food resources of the new country