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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.
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1. (Psychology) psychologically well or badly equipped to cope with reality and ordinary life and relationships
2. altered or fixed to suit the circumstances
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|Adj.||1.||adjusted - 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 living; showing emotional stability|
maladjusted - poorly adjusted to demands and stresses of daily living; "a maladjusted child"
|3.||adjusted - having achieved a comfortable relation with your environment|
|4.||adjusted - (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
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