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Synonyms for adopt

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Synonyms for adopt

to take, as another's idea, and make one's own

to accept officially

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Synonyms for adopt

take up and practice as one's own

take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities

take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect

take into one's family


Related Words

take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and use it as one's own

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The issues that Pakistani e-commerce industry needs to focus on include: longer delivery times which are often cited as a major deterrent to wider adoptability of e-commerce channel.
That is, a measure of training duration is another key variable for determining the effectiveness and adoptability of CBI.
The factor related to student participation and adoptability of e-learning between the three groups (undergraduate, masters and PhD) was analyzed through conducting one way ANOVA.
In response to increasing adoptability of improved livestock technologies in the animal husbandry sector, the demand of services especially in the areas of health care, breeding, feed production, management, marketing and livestock extension, etc.
Multicultural society, pluralism in economic and political ideologies and adoptability are the characteristics which provide catalyst for the development.
Moreover, according to the scholars, post-colonial states not merely face intra-state conflicts, ethnic conflicts, and sectarian clashes, rather the nation of such states lacks adoptability of the concept of state and hence it causes problems of tax collection etc.
Similar to our findings, another study in 2012 obtained no significant difference in behavioral adoptability of cochlear-implanted boys and girls compared with their normal-hearing peers [20].
With proper planning and adoptability of quality system procedures it is not much difficult to achieve Students Satisfaction.
Microgrids have been adopted as a modern power system in developed countries while its adoptability in developing countries is yet not encouraging.
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In order to address the environmental and adoptability issues of WSNs, an immuno-inspired Anomaly Detection System (ADS) is proposed in this paper that have learning capability with intelligent and effective matching technique used.
The analysis profiles the 10 most influential medical devices and imaging technologies that stand out for their market adoptability, market potential, intellectual property (IP) activity, application scope, size of innovation ecosystem, amount of R&D funding received, and market readiness.
For the adoptability of novice teachers, organizational support and help form senior teachers may help the incoming faculty to handle unseen problems (Holt, 2011).