readapt / əˈdæpt /


readapt2 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to make suitable to requirements or conditions; adjust or modify fittingly: They adapted themselves to the change quickly. He adapted the novel for movies.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to adjust oneself to different conditions, environment, etc.: to adapt easily to all circumstances.

readapt 近义词


等同于 transplant


  1. To do this, these insects have evolved, or adapted, to the environment in which their hosts dwell.
  2. While sparrows can whistle louder and at higher pitch to adapt, not all birds can and that can prevent them from roosting in the city.
  3. In this week’s presentation, we explore how several different industries including retail, venture capital, corporate real estate, banking, and higher education are adapting to Covid-19 and preparing for a new normal.
  4. Whether our consumers will adapt and really like it, we don’t know yet, but that’s part of this really big experiment.
  5. Since that season, defenses have adapted, lineups have shifted and coaches have given the green light to more and more 3-point shots.
  6. But even if you did have the chance to adapt them into films, would you even want to, especially after making two trilogies?
  7. In the best cases, they model and teach how to adjust and adapt appropriately.
  8. “We are in London so I wanted to adapt some of the local culture,” Zhang told The Daily Beast.
  9. In the end, it was the ability of the senior non-coms and junior officers to adapt and adjust that made the landings successful.
  10. That our brains would adapt to the novel parenting arrangement makes sense.
  11. We must have motif first, then technique to adapt and adjust expression and to develop facility in the active agents.
  12. The plan to be followed must in each case adapt itself to the constantly varying needs of the country.
  13. They adapt themselves to the Quarter and become a part of this big family of Bohemia easily and naturally.
  14. However, he managed to hold them sufficiently high and to adapt himself to the despised saddle of a girl.
  15. It was inelastic, incompetent to adapt itself to changing circumstances.