unadaptable


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unadaptable

(ˌʌnəˈdæptəbəl)
adj
1. not having the ability to change or be changed in accordance with altered circumstances
2. not having the ability to be altered to suit a different purpose
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unadaptable - not adaptableunadaptable - not adaptable        
adaptable - capable of adapting (of becoming or being made suitable) to a particular situation or use; "to succeed one must be adaptable"; "the frame was adaptable to cloth bolts of different widths"
Translations

unadaptable

[ˈʌnəˈdæptəbl] ADJinadaptable

unadaptable

adjnicht anpassungsfähig, nicht flexibel; to be unadaptable to somethingsich an etw (acc)nicht anpassen können
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Since the small and medium-sized organizations are becoming unadaptable, as a result, they are leaving the industry.
When I read of some man-bun wearing hipster moaning it's too cold in his climate controlled office, it makes me wonder if the human race will survive, and will the gene pool become so watered down by unadaptable misanthropes, that we will go the same way as the dinosaurs and Trabants.
When I read of some ditzy, man bun wearing hipster moaning that it is too cold in his climate controlled office, or such like, it makes me wonder if the human race will survive and will the gene pool become so watered down by unadaptable misanthropes that we will go the same way as the dinosaurs and Trabants.
The freshwater fish, though hoping to enjoy warm waters, finds itself unadaptable or unfit, just like the speaker in "Amphibian." The "icy fish" not only thrives in cold waters but takes on the characteristics of ice; it no longer seems alive when described as "a crystal spike 'twixt two warm walls of wave." (33) The fish becomes an icicle itself, represented as a sharp weapon suggesting cold and violence.
He took the clout and power he'd amassed with Spartacus and embarked on a passion project, bringing to screen an adaptation of a book thought unadaptable: Vladimir Nabokov's 1955 novel Lolita, a portrait of a middle-aged man's sexual obsession with a twelve-year-old girl.
The TEACH grant feels overly literal and unadaptable, and it delivers surprising, severe punishment to people who are trying to complete their TEACH promise as best they can."
These unadaptable buildings, designed by computers in London offices, and without regard for the place to which they are destined, are symbols of the petrodollar Arabian economy that has replaced the devout communities of fishermen and merchants that once clung to the desert rim.
The filmmaker, who won acclaim for the film 'Selma' and the documentary '13th,' was told that 'A Wrinkle in Time' is unadaptable because of its enormous scope and complex themes.
This means that there are robots that execute both tasks and the whole-period Pareto front is unadaptable to this situation.
These previously created options may get unadaptable to the environment, thus even leading to poor performance in HRL.
Military wearable displays available today are typically bulky, heavy, or unadaptable, while commercially available ones are usually large and fragile.
A much grander project was presumably intended, but should the failure to adapt King's allegedly 'unadaptable' source be the end of it?