adjustment

All Noun
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  • We also looked back at what we did and made some adjustments.
  • Although these changes work well, it has meant several adjustments for longer stay residents.
  • Many adjustments had to be made to their new way of life.
  • Most systems allow users to store more than one set of adjustments.
  • Others may need significant adjustments to the maximum the band is able to hold.
  • Subsequent changes and adjustments to the system gave rise to the lines in use today.
  • Generally, adjustments must be proposed within of the due date of the tax return.
  • He was known for leaving space between each track, playing them fully from beginning to end with no adjustments.
  • These pilot studies establish the strength of their research and allow them to make any necessary adjustments.
  • This gives the school a final opportunity to make adjustments or changes.
  • He had notes and adjustments to our performances and he changed lines every once in a while.
  • He did not have much time to make said adjustment, as the series lasted only two episodes.
  • Some allow independent adjustment of each side of the bed.
  • The research is based upon the examination of self-concept and social adjustments.
  • The exception is when governments or other non-market forces prevent price adjustments.
  • The test suit can be tried on and worn to see where any adjustments are wanted.
  • The trials initially went well, and various adjustments were made to the car.
  • Another adjustment that can be made is the way the knife is held.
  • This real-time tone adjustment was not part of the instrument's original intended operation.
  • Each adjustment takes negotiating, often between governments rather than between the companies involved.
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Words starting with adjustment

Meaning of adjustment

  • noun Making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstances
  • noun The act of adjusting something to match a standard