adjust · verb /əˈdʒʌst/Full view
adjust (CHANGE)
B2 T to change something slightly so that it works better, fits better, or is more suitable
Dictionary examples:

If the chair is too high you can adjust it to suit you.

As a teacher you have to adjust your methods to suit the needs of different children.

Learner example:

I had to clean the lenses, prepare the tapes, and adjust the sound. (First Certificate in English; B2; Spanish)

B2 I to change the way you behave or think in order to suit a new situation
Dictionary example:

They found it hard to adjust to life in a new country.

Learner example:

People will be able to adjust and change with the times. (First Certificate in English; B2; Chinese)

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