Adjustment (noun)

  1. The act of making changes or modifications to something to improve its performance or functionality.
  2. The process of adapting or getting used to a new situation or condition.
  3. A small change or alteration made to achieve a desired result or effect.

Origin:

The word 'adjustment' originated from the middle english word 'ajustment' which means 'the act of making something right or suitable.'.

Examples:

  1. The adjustment of the seat made it more comfortable for the rider.
  2. The adjustment to the new job was difficult but he eventually got used to it.
  3. The adjustment in the recipe improved the flavor of the dish.
  4. The adjustment of the schedule allowed everyone to attend the meeting.
  5. The adjustment of the camera lens improved the clarity of the image.
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