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re·ad·just

 (rē′ə-jŭst′)
tr.v. re·ad·just·ed, re·ad·just·ing, re·ad·justs
To adjust or arrange again.

re′ad·just′er n.
re′ad·just′ment n.

readjust

(ˌriːəˈdʒʌst)
vb
to adjust or adapt (oneself or something) again, esp after an initial failure
ˌreadˈjustable adj
ˌreadˈjuster n
ˌreadˈjustment n

re•ad•just

(ˌri əˈdʒʌst)

v.t., v.i.
to adjust again or anew; rearrange.
[1735–45]
re`ad•just′a•ble, adj.
re`ad•just′ment, n.

readjust


Past participle: readjusted
Gerund: readjusting

Imperative
readjust
readjust
Present
I readjust
you readjust
he/she/it readjusts
we readjust
you readjust
they readjust
Preterite
I readjusted
you readjusted
he/she/it readjusted
we readjusted
you readjusted
they readjusted
Present Continuous
I am readjusting
you are readjusting
he/she/it is readjusting
we are readjusting
you are readjusting
they are readjusting
Present Perfect
I have readjusted
you have readjusted
he/she/it has readjusted
we have readjusted
you have readjusted
they have readjusted
Past Continuous
I was readjusting
you were readjusting
he/she/it was readjusting
we were readjusting
you were readjusting
they were readjusting
Past Perfect
I had readjusted
you had readjusted
he/she/it had readjusted
we had readjusted
you had readjusted
they had readjusted
Future
I will readjust
you will readjust
he/she/it will readjust
we will readjust
you will readjust
they will readjust
Future Perfect
I will have readjusted
you will have readjusted
he/she/it will have readjusted
we will have readjusted
you will have readjusted
they will have readjusted
Future Continuous
I will be readjusting
you will be readjusting
he/she/it will be readjusting
we will be readjusting
you will be readjusting
they will be readjusting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been readjusting
you have been readjusting
he/she/it has been readjusting
we have been readjusting
you have been readjusting
they have been readjusting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been readjusting
you will have been readjusting
he/she/it will have been readjusting
we will have been readjusting
you will have been readjusting
they will have been readjusting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been readjusting
you had been readjusting
he/she/it had been readjusting
we had been readjusting
you had been readjusting
they had been readjusting
Conditional
I would readjust
you would readjust
he/she/it would readjust
we would readjust
you would readjust
they would readjust
Past Conditional
I would have readjusted
you would have readjusted
he/she/it would have readjusted
we would have readjusted
you would have readjusted
they would have readjusted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.readjust - adjust anew; "After moving back to America, he had to readjust"
adapt, conform, adjust - adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions; "We must adjust to the bad economic situation"
2.readjust - adjust again after an initial failure
adjust, correct, set - alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard; "Adjust the clock, please"; "correct the alignment of the front wheels"
Translations
ليَعتاد على شَيئ من جَديد
přizpůsobit
omstille sigtilpasse sig
újra hozzáigazít
aîlaga aî nÿju, venjast aftur
iš naujo prisitaikytiprisitaikymas iš naujo
pielāgoties, pierast
tekrar uyum sağlamakyeniden alışmak

readjust

[ˈriːəˈdʒʌst]
A. VTreajustar
B. VIreajustarse

readjust

[ˌriːəˈdʒʌst]
vt (= revise) [+ expectations, thinking] → revoir
[+ instrument] → réajuster
[+ position] → réajuster
vi [person] → se réadapter
to readjust to sth → se réadapter à qch

readjust

vt instrument, mechanismneu einstellen; (= correct)nachstellen; prices, salaryanpassen, neu regeln; opinionkorrigieren
visich neu or wieder anpassen (→ to an +acc), → sich neu or wieder einstellen (→ to auf +acc)

readjust

[ˌriːəˈdʒʌst]
1. vtregolare (di nuovo)
2. vi (person) to readjust (to)riadattarsi (a)

readjust

(riːəˈdʒast) verb
(with to) to get used again to (something one has not experienced for a time). Some soldiers find it hard to readjust to civilian life when they leave the army.
ˌreaˈdjustment noun
References in classic literature ?
It fluttered the skirts of the two women and kept them for a while engaged in adjusting, readjusting, tucking in, securing hair-pins and hat-pins.
When, after a short space, he came back she was already in the sitting-room mechanically readjusting the breakfast things.
And this is known to me also,' said Kim, readjusting the live charcoal-ball on the weed.
Getting back his sense of balance had been the most difficult part of readjusting back to gravity on Earth, said the 44-year-old father of two.
The astronout said regaining his sense of balance was the hardest part of readjusting back to gravity on Earth.
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He said some lenders were already realigning and readjusting the capital components as needed and he expected all banks to be prepared to adopt the new rules by the end of Q1-2014.
However, the unnamed spokesman added that "our scientists and technicians are now seriously examining the issues of readjusting the launching time of the satellite for some reasons.
Often, this involves readjusting frequencies in existing RF filters and duplexers.
Turkey, he noted, is attempting to navigate its way through these three earthquakes by continuing to seek admittance to the European Union, siding with those seeking democracy in the Arab world, and readjusting its relationship with the United States.