well-adapted

well-adapted

adj (well adapted when postpositive)
having been made or adjusted to fit suitably into an environment, situation, etc
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The fruits are well-adapted to a wide range of soils that are well-drained.
OCP provides a wide range of well-adapted fertilizer products to enhance soil, increase agricultural yields, and help to feed the planet in a sustainable and affordable way.
His channel "Paik's Cuisine" includes videos ranging from "Paik's Restaurant Story" and "Paik Jong-won's Recipe" to "Making Stir-fried Pork for 100 People." The channel is formed with long and short clips which were well-adapted to the online platform and are easy to watch.
These beautiful animals are capable of swimming at high speeds (of 25mph making them the fasted pinniped species in the world), but they are well-adapted for movement on land as well as in the water.
This was to highlight that Mitsubishi Motors continues to produce reliable all-wheel drive cars which are and well-adapted also for Russian roads.
We have to retain a restlessness in our quest to see whether the education we provide is well-adapted to the world in which we live.
"When we send plants to the International Space Station, we eliminate one core, constant force, to which plants are well-adapted - gravity.
Due to human error, however, these proofs often contain errors, limiting the usefulness of said proofs.this is especially true in the case of quantum protocols since human intuition is well-adapted to the classical world, but notto quantum mechanics.
Both species are types of yeast that are well-adapted to the cold and can even grow below 0EeAC.
A hardy bird, the black-capped chickadee is well-adapted to life in the state's subfreezing winter temperatures.
A hands-on training on these bikes has been added to the curriculum of motorcycle course to make our customers well-adapted to the bike mechanics, hence ensuring road safety."
The fact that zoysia replaces Bermuda grass and seashore paspalum in Asia gives some indication that the grass is well-adapted to this environment.