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synonyms for adapt

  • acclimate
  • accommodate
  • accustom
  • alter
  • comply
  • conform
  • fit
  • modify
  • prepare
  • readjust
  • revise
  • shape
  • suit
  • tailor
  • change
  • familiarize
  • fashion
  • habituate
  • harmonize
  • make
  • match
  • qualify
  • reconcile
  • remodel
  • square
  • come around
  • get act together
  • get used to
  • grow used to
  • play the game
  • roll with punches
  • shape up
See also synonyms for: adapted / adapting
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antonyms for adapt

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  • neglect
  • refuse
  • reject
  • disagree
  • disarrange
  • dislocate
  • disorder
  • disturb
  • unfit
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How to use adapt in a sentence

To do this, these insects have evolved, or adapted, to the environment in which their hosts dwell.
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While sparrows can whistle louder and at higher pitch to adapt, not all birds can and that can prevent them from roosting in the city.
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In this week’s presentation, we explore how several different industries including retail, venture capital, corporate real estate, banking, and higher education are adapting to Covid-19 and preparing for a new normal.
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Whether our consumers will adapt and really like it, we don’t know yet, but that’s part of this really big experiment.
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Since that season, defenses have adapted, lineups have shifted and coaches have given the green light to more and more 3-point shots.
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This year’s winners, announced on Thursday, featured settlements with believable layouts adapted to each location.
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The pandemic and subsequent stay-at-home orders did force Allbirds to adapt.
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Alberta must adapt, or it could be left behind in the new energy economy.
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It is also important to know how GoogleBot is adapting and improving over time.
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We were unable to adapt and, in 1997, ended up selling the company to our largest competitor.
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