readapt


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readapt

(ˌriːəˈdæpt)
vb
to adapt (a person or thing) again or (of a person or thing) to adapt again

readapt


Past participle: readapted
Gerund: readapting

Imperative
readapt
readapt
Present
I readapt
you readapt
he/she/it readapts
we readapt
you readapt
they readapt
Preterite
I readapted
you readapted
he/she/it readapted
we readapted
you readapted
they readapted
Present Continuous
I am readapting
you are readapting
he/she/it is readapting
we are readapting
you are readapting
they are readapting
Present Perfect
I have readapted
you have readapted
he/she/it has readapted
we have readapted
you have readapted
they have readapted
Past Continuous
I was readapting
you were readapting
he/she/it was readapting
we were readapting
you were readapting
they were readapting
Past Perfect
I had readapted
you had readapted
he/she/it had readapted
we had readapted
you had readapted
they had readapted
Future
I will readapt
you will readapt
he/she/it will readapt
we will readapt
you will readapt
they will readapt
Future Perfect
I will have readapted
you will have readapted
he/she/it will have readapted
we will have readapted
you will have readapted
they will have readapted
Future Continuous
I will be readapting
you will be readapting
he/she/it will be readapting
we will be readapting
you will be readapting
they will be readapting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been readapting
you have been readapting
he/she/it has been readapting
we have been readapting
you have been readapting
they have been readapting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been readapting
you will have been readapting
he/she/it will have been readapting
we will have been readapting
you will have been readapting
they will have been readapting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been readapting
you had been readapting
he/she/it had been readapting
we had been readapting
you had been readapting
they had been readapting
Conditional
I would readapt
you would readapt
he/she/it would readapt
we would readapt
you would readapt
they would readapt
Past Conditional
I would have readapted
you would have readapted
he/she/it would have readapted
we would have readapted
you would have readapted
they would have readapted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.readapt - adapt anew; "He readapted himself"
adapt, conform, adjust - adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions; "We must adjust to the bad economic situation"
2.readapt - 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"
References in periodicals archive ?
He said: "We prepare how we have for the last three years - step by step, reanalyse, readapt and move forwards.
"According to this government program, the approved funding of 117,056,131 denars will be used to reconstruct buildings, upgrade the Universal Hall Congress Center in Skopje, build a Tose Proeski Memorial, build a house of culture in the Municipality of Bogovinje, reconstruct and readapt the Sota center of culture in the village of Negotino, Vrapciste Municipality, take care of the interior of the Manaki Cinema in Bitola and complete other capital culture projects in the local government units," the Ministry said.
The projected work program that we are considering is as follows: - repair of floors, Walls and ceiling, - installation of acoustic slabs, - readapt the lighting according to the new layout and workstation, - demolition and creation of partitions, - creation of computer workstations.
City's squad started returning to pre-season training on July 8 and Guardiola (below) added: "Step-by-step, we reanalyse, readapt and move forwards.
"We assist children who have been maimed following airstrikes; children who've lost a limb from stepping on a landmine or struck by missiles, we provide assistance with the immediate treatment, but also necessary equipment to help them to readapt to their lives afterwards -- and ideally with getting back to school, one of the most recent tragic events was to assist the child survivors of the bus bombing a month ago in Sa'ada," says Audrey Crawford.
We use their technique in which they excel and accordingly we readapt our designs to them."
But you just need to readapt, readjust to the reality of the market economically to make the best out of it.
Macedonia has a diaspora of Macedonians, Albanians, Turks, Roma, Serbs, Vlachs, but we will naturally readapt the section on diaspora care, as in the EU member states - said Prime Minister Zoran Zaev.
RAFA Benitez warned Newcastle United fans that it would "take time" for his team to readapt to life back in the Premier League when his side were beaten by a single goal away to Huddersfield Town back in August.
It is consequently a prerequisite that we readapt ourselves and our farming methods to be able to live within these circumstances," he said.
The car had a very different balance and I had to manage my driving style like everybody did to readapt a little," added Guerrieri.