Adapt ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Adapt ( verb )

  1. To make something suitable for a particular use or situation by modifying it.
  2. To become accustomed to a new situation or environment.

Origin:

From the latin word "adaptare" which means "to fit".

Examples:

  1. She had to adapt her cooking to her husband's dietary restrictions.
  2. The company had to adapt their business model to the changing market.
  3. The play was adapted from the novel for the stage.
  4. He had to adapt to the new time zone quickly.
  5. The plant adapted to the harsh desert conditions.

(As a noun)

Adapt ( noun )

  1. To make something suitable for a particular use or situation by modifying it.
  2. To become accustomed to a new situation or environment.

Origin:

From the latin word "adaptare" which means "to fit".

Examples:

  1. She had to adapt her cooking to her husband's dietary restrictions.
  2. The company had to adapt their business model to the changing market.
  3. The play was adapted from the novel for the stage.
  4. He had to adapt to the new time zone quickly.
  5. The plant adapted to the harsh desert conditions.
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