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adjustability

(əˌdʒʌstəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
ability to adjust
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adjustability

[əˌdʒʌstəˈbɪlɪtɪ] Nadaptabilidad f
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adjustability

n (of tool, height, angle)Verstellbarkeit f; (of height also, speed, temperature)Regulierbarkeit f, → Flexibilität f
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The highlight of the Ultra is the patent-pending T.A.S.-LOC[TM] (Tool-less Adjustability System).
DMT has integrated their popular Double Sided Diafold sharpener, offering portable, two-stone sharpening at its best, with the Aligner Blade Guide's 7-Angle adjustability for the correct edge every time and the new Magnetic Angle Guide magnetic attachment.
Another feature women are sure to like is the PaddleLok has a variable range of cant and height adjustability, making it easy for women to get a custom fit.
Easy adjustability enables the chairs to suit individual users and accommodate multiple users.
These chairs fail to offer the balanced support required for long periods of sitting and/or the adjustability to adapt to different users and their tasks.
For less than $300, you get a complete crossbow kit that fires bolts at 350 fps and offers plenty of adjustability to fit shooters of all sizes.
For horizontal and diagonal bracing, fully welded tubular steel may be specified, and standard beam adjustability is in 3-inch increments.