adjust


adjust
Synonyms and related words:
abate, accept, acclimate, acclimatize, accommodate, accommodate with, accord, accustom, adapt, adapt to, addict, adjust, adjust to, agree with, alter, ameliorate, arbitrate, arrange, arrange matters, assimilate, assimilate to, assuage, attune, balance, be guided by, bend, better, box in, break, break in, break up, bring to terms, bring together, bulk, button up, cancel, capacitate, case harden, change, chart, chime in with, circumscribe, close, close up, close with, codify, compensate, comply, comply with, compose, compound, compromise, conclude, condition, condone, confirm, conform, convert, coordinate, cop out, correct, correspond, countenance, counterbalance, counterpoise, countervail, cut to, deform, denature, diminish, discipline, diversify, domesticate, domesticize, duck responsibility, enable, enlarge, equalize, equate, equip, establish, evade responsibility, even, even up, fall in with, familiarize, fasten up, fit, fix, fix up, follow, furnish, gauge, gear to, gentle, get used to, give and take, give way, go by, go fifty-fifty, grade, graduate, grin and abide, group, habituate, harden, harmonize, heal the breach, hedge, hedge about, homologate, homologize, housebreak, improve, integrate, inure, key to, leaven, let go by, let pass, level, limit, make a deal, make an adjustment, make concessions, make conform, make peace, make plumb, make right, make uniform, make up, match, measure, mediate, meet, meet halfway, meliorate, methodize, mitigate, moderate, modify, modulate, mold, mutate, narrow, naturalize, normalize, obey, observe, order, organize, orient, orient the map, orientate, overlook, overthrow, palliate, patch things up, patch up, plan, play politics, poise, proportion, put in order, put in trim, put in tune, put right, put to rights, quadrate, qualify, range, rank, rationalize, re-create, reach a compromise, realign, rearrange, rebuild, reconcile, reconstruct, rectify, redesign, redress, reduce, refit, reform, regularize, regulate, regulate by, remake, renew, reshape, resolve, restore harmony, restrain, restrict, restructure, reunite, revamp, revive, rig, right, ring the changes, rise above, routinize, rub off corners, season, set, set conditions, set limits, set right, set to rights, settle, settle differences, settle with, shape, shift the scene, shrug, shrug it off, shuffle the cards, similarize, size, smooth it over, soften, sort, split the difference, square, stabilize, standardize, steady, straighten, straighten out, strike a balance, strike a bargain, submit to, subvert, suit, surrender, sync, synchronize, systematize, tailor, take the mean, take to, tally with, tame, temper, train, trim, trim to, TRUE, true up, tune, tune up, turn the scale, turn the tables, turn the tide, turn upside down, vary, weave peace between, wont, work a change, work out, worsen, yield, yield to, zip up

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  • adjust — 1 Adjust, regulate, fix share the meaning to set right or to rights. Adjust implies modification to meet a need. To adjust a thing one brings it by some change into its exact or proper position or condition or into its right relationship with… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • adjust — ad·just vt 1 a: to determine the amount to be paid under an insurance policy in settlement of (a loss) b: to make new arrangements with creditors for the payment of (the debts of a debtor in bankruptcy) 2: to calculate in accordance with a system …   Law dictionary

  • adjust — ad‧just [əˈdʒʌst] verb [transitive] 1. to make small changes to something in order to correct or improve it: • Their monthly repayments are adjusted once a year. 2. seasonally adjusted ACCOUNTING seasonally adjusted figures have been changed… …   Financial and business terms

  • Adjust — Ad*just , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Adjusted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Adjusting}.] [OF. ajuster, ajoster (whence F. ajouter to add), LL. adjuxtare to fit; fr. L. ad + juxta near; confused later with L. ad and justus just, right, whence F. ajuster to adjust …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adjust — Three new uses of this verb entered the language in the 20c: 1. Intransitive, with or without to: to adapt oneself to something • (She seemed to have adjusted to her new status with little difficulty L. Niven, 1983 • She needs time to adjust S.… …   Modern English usage

  • adjust — [ə just′] vt. [ME ajusten < OFr ajoster, to join < a , to + joster (see JOUST); infl. by OFr juste < L justus, JUST1] 1. to change so as to fit, conform, make suitable, etc. 2. to make accurate by regulating [to adjust a watch] 3. to… …   English World dictionary

  • adjust — [v1] become or make prepared, adapted acclimatize, accommodate, accustom, adapt, alter, arrange, compose, conform, dispose, do as Romans do*, doctor*, fiddle with*, fine tune, fit, fix, fix up, get act together*, get it together*, grin and bear… …   New thesaurus

  • adjust — (v.) late 14c., ajusten, to correct, remedy; reborrowed by c.1600 in sense arrange, settle, compose, from M.Fr. adjuster, O.Fr. ajouter to join (12c.), from L.L. adjuxtare to bring near, from L. ad to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + juxta next, related to …   Etymology dictionary

  • adjust — ► VERB 1) alter slightly so as to achieve a desired result. 2) become used to a new situation. 3) assess (loss or damages) when settling an insurance claim. DERIVATIVES adjustability noun adjustable adjective adjuster noun adjustment noun …   English terms dictionary

  • adjust — 01. It has taken me a long time to [adjust] to life in North America. 02. Jack had difficulty [adjusting] to life on his own after his wife passed away. 03. My ski bindings are loose. I think I should [adjust] them before I go skiing again. 04.… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • adjust */*/ — UK [əˈdʒʌst] / US verb Word forms adjust : present tense I/you/we/they adjust he/she/it adjusts present participle adjusting past tense adjusted past participle adjusted 1) a) [transitive] to change something slightly in order to make it better,… …   English dictionary