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to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

to alter for proper functioning

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The locks are so finely adjusted that the doors are released by the action of a certain combination of thought waves.
But even while we are talking and meditating about the earth's orbit and the solar system, what we feel and adjust our movements to is the stable earth and the changing day.
'Pardon me,' said Mrs Wilfer, after the first salutations, and as soon as she had adjusted the handkerchief under her chin, and waved her gloved hands, 'to what am I indebted for this honour?'
The spiral, which was not to be adjusted until some future moment, was packed up, separately, along with a very strong Buntzen electric battery.
Then he seated himself again, adjusted his false head, and said:
The adjustment takes the comparable from an existing base and adjusts it to a new base after consideration of the single feature.
In a similar manner, if percentage adjustments are made accurately, one adjusts from base to base.
Figures 7 and 8 show how the scanner adjusts its exposure time depending upon the color and reflectivity of the material.
Given this rate, expected after-tax wage and transfer income over the next five years makes up about three-fourths of human capital.(13) Second, consumption adjusts to permanent income only gradually (in accordance with the adjustment-cost approach described earlier).
The GDC system measures the loss in weight of material in the hopper continuously and then adjusts the line speed or screw speed.
482, the Service determines the fair market value of these specialized parts is $200,000 and adjusts P's taxable income to reflect $150,000 gain on the sale.
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.