adapt[ uh-dapt ]SEE DEFINITION OF adapt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADAPT
It's very kind of you to adapt yourself to my capacity, I am sure.'
She had changed her methods suddenly, and he had had no time to adapt himself to them.
There are also men who adapt themselves passively and are easily molded.
Those who regard their health should be careful to adapt their clothing to the state of the climate, and the season of the year.
Change is about it on every side, and it must adapt itself to this change or it will pass away.
To every sort of situation some bird has been enabled to adapt itself.
The true statesman is aware that he must adapt himself to times and circumstances.
"Do you adapt yourself also, monsieur," she retorted angrily, and turned her shoulder to him.
As if to make a good text-book, it was not as necessary to adapt it to teachers as to scholars.
He was also quite prepared to adapt it to the childish mind.