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  • The game introduced two new characters and adjusted every other character as well.
  • If they do not, the new code must be adjusted until they do.
  • It took him some time to adjust to the presence of other children.
  • Being a central part of a team helped her adjust to the world.
  • It generally works very well on horses in adjusting their head position.
  • According to his daughter, he first found it hard adjusting from stage to screen.
  • Media differences are the only thing you really would like to adjust for.
  • The southern border was then adjusted back and forth a few times.
  • With his help, she adjusts to life without her powers, and they fall in love.
  • Code such as s border c blue could be adjusted on a blue background.
  • Nature adjusts herself to every change more quickly than human intelligence. Cited from On a Torn-Away World, by Roy Rockwood
  • Many people have difficulty adjusting to this different kind of money system.
  • General side-effects are common during the first weeks while the body adjusts to the drug.
  • In the same way nature adjusts itself in its various parts. Cited from Checking the Waste, by Mary Huston Gregory
  • They were kept separated for a year to adjust to each other, until they were finally united.
  • The line could then be adjusted to fit the majority of the points in the data set.
  • Because this field is fixed, it cannot be adjusted for speed control.
  • His family also had trouble adjusting to their new life in Spain.
  • Because of this, parents and students had difficult times in adjusting to the changes.
  • The line in focus can be moved along the field of view by adjusting the focus.
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Meaning of adjust

  • verb Alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard
    Adjust the clock, please, correct the alignment of the front wheels
  • verb Adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions
    We must adjust to the bad economic situation
  • verb Make correspondent or conformable
    Adjust your eyes to the darkness
  • verb Decide how much is to be paid on an insurance claim