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ad·just·ed

 (ə-jŭs′tĭd)
adj.
1. Arranged or changed so as to match, conform, or function, especially in a specified way: an improperly adjusted scale.
2. Having achieved psychological balance, especially regarding others or the demands of everyday life: a poorly adjusted teenager.

adjusted

(əˈdʒʌstɪd)
adj
1. (Psychology) psychologically well or badly equipped to cope with reality and ordinary life and relationships
2. altered or fixed to suit the circumstances
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.adjusted - altered to accommodate to certain requirements or bring into a proper relationadjusted - altered to accommodate to certain requirements or bring into a proper relation; "an adjusted insurance claim"; "the car runs more smoothly with the timing adjusted"
unadjusted - not altered to fit certain requirements; "an unadjusted figure of 8.5 percent"; "the unadjusted clock is running fast";
2.adjusted - adjusted to demands of daily livingadjusted - adjusted to demands of daily living; showing emotional stability
psychological science, psychology - the science of mental life
maladjusted - poorly adjusted to demands and stresses of daily living; "a maladjusted child"
3.adjusted - having achieved a comfortable relation with your environment
orientated, oriented - adjusted or located in relation to surroundings or circumstances; sometimes used in combination; "the house had its large windows oriented toward the ocean view"; "helping freshmen become oriented to college life"; "the book is value-oriented throughout"
4.adjusted - (especially of garments) having the fit or style adjustedadjusted - (especially of garments) having the fit or style adjusted; "for my wedding I had my mother's wedding dress altered to fit me"
altered - changed in form or character without becoming something else; "the altered policy promised success"; "following an altered course we soon found ourselves back in civilization"; "he looked...with clouded eyes and with an altered manner of breathing"- Charles Dickens
Translations

adjusted

[əˈdʒʌstɪd] adj (Psych) → integrato/a
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Never were hands more exquisite than hers, and it was a joy to look at them when she threaded her needle or adjusted her gold thimble to her taper middle finger as she sewed away on the little night-drawers or fashioned a bodice or a bib.
Hawkeye listened while he coolly adjusted his flint and reloaded his rifle; but the sounds, wanting the extraneous assistance of scene and sympathy, failed to awaken his slumbering emotions.
Clifford saw, it may be, in the mirror of his deeper consciousness, that he was an example and representative of that great class of people whom an inexplicable Providence is continually putting at cross-purposes with the world: breaking what seems its own promise in their nature; withholding their proper food, and setting poison before them for a banquet; and thus--when it might so easily, as one would think, have been adjusted otherwise--making their existence a strangeness, a solitude, and torment.
The carcass hog was scooped out of the vat by machinery, and then it fell to the second floor, passing on the way through a wonderful machine with numerous scrapers, which adjusted themselves to the size and shape of the animal, and sent it out at the other end with nearly all of its bristles removed.
To be sure, he does," said little bustling Ruth, as she took the child, and began taking off a little blue silk hood, and various layers and wrappers of outer garments; and having given a twitch here, and a pull there, and variously adjusted and arranged him, and kissed him heartily, she set him on the floor to collect his thoughts.
I was fast getting adjusted to my situation and cir- cumstances.
Brocklehurst adjusted the top button of his surtout, muttered something to his family, who rose, bowed to Miss Temple, and then all the great people sailed in state from the room.
The veteran stood there, with his legs wide apart and his balance carefully adjusted, as if the dining-room had been a cabin, and the house a ship pitching in a sea-way.
When the heavy drag had been adjusted to the wheel, and the carriage slid down hill, with a cinderous smell, in a cloud of dust, the red glow departed quickly; the sun and the Marquis going down together, there was no glow left when the drag was taken off.
He rubbed his hands; adjusted his capacious waistcoat; laughed all over himself, from his shows to his organ of benevolence; and called out in a comfortable, oily, rich, fat, jovial voice:
The preliminaries are adjusted, and the butcher and myself stand face to face.
Macey, for example, coming one evening expressly to let Silas know that recent events had given him the advantage of standing more favourably in the opinion of a man whose judgment was not formed lightly, opened the conversation by saying, as soon as he had seated himself and adjusted his thumbs--

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