[ US /əˈdʒəst/ ]
[ UK /ɐdʒˈʌst/ ]
[ UK /ɐdʒˈʌst/ ]
alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard
correct the alignment of the front wheels
Adjust the clock, please
adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions
We must adjust to the bad economic situation
make correspondent or conformable
Adjust your eyes to the darkness
place in a line or arrange so as to be parallel or straight
align the car with the curb
align the sheets of paper on the table
- decide how much is to be paid on an insurance claim
How To Use adjust In A Sentence
- A quartz watch powered by a battery is constantly powered and tells accurate time all the time and do not need time adjustment.
- He adjusts the focus of the Carl Zeiss 120 mm macro lens, which allows him to work very close up.
- He saluted and adjusted his large round wire rimmed glasses.
- Among the refinements are five-way adjustable shocks, stiffer springs and a beefier antiroll bar lacing the rear end. A Boss on the Road With a Peon's Interior
- He's got a good ability to adapt and adjust. Times, Sunday Times
- Our world has changed; we must adjust our living habits as necessary to address the increased danger that the specter of terrorism brings.
- Using frequency in speed adjustment to achieve flexibility, asmoothniess and low noise level in speed adjusting.
- Automatic Rear Pincer Turning : Patented design, easy adjustment on turning angle.
- Adjusting one foot he ollied as high as he could and tried to land on just one set of wheels.
- In other words, you can adjust the zoom and camera angle to be as far away or as close up as possible, and as upside down and round about as you like.