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Synonyms for adjust

Synonyms for adjust

to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

to alter for proper functioning

Synonyms for adjust

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Non-MR shock absorbers use engineered orifices to adjust the speed of the fluid inside the unit, and thus control ride motions along a predefined curve.
It can be used to adjust the vehicle's dive, squat, and roll rates by adjusting the shock absorbers' damping rates individually, or in pairs.
By autoexposing, the system adjusts for the color and finish of the material under measurement, as well as for variable lighting conditions on the factory floor.
In order to adjust the system to material that varies in size and shape, the system must be flexible and quickly recalibrated.
The GDC adjusts haul-off speed or extruder rpm so that the material on the roll is at the desired weight regardless of changes in production rate.
Film makers typically calculate the percentage of shrink or stretch and then adjust the line at the next run.
Adjust your watch to where you are going as soon as you get on the plane; ask to have your meal served when it would be appropriate for your new sleep schedule.
Equity Inns uses FFO per share as a measure of performance to adjust for certain non-cash expenses such as depreciation and amortization because historical cost accounting for real estate assets implicitly assumes that the value of real estate assets diminishes predictably over time.
Tungsten - Adjusts the white balance as a general setting for the color of indoor light bulbs, which are usually classified as "tungsten bulbs.
Pool 3 consists of conventional, fully amortizing residential mortgage loans, substantially all of which have a fixed interest rate for the first three years from the date of origination, after which the rate adjusts semi-annually or annually.
It automatically adjusts to changing sound environments, improving a user's ability to hear speech clearly in settings that are traditionally challenging for individuals with hearing loss, such as restaurants and automobiles.