adapt

Adapt vs Quote - What's the difference?

adapt | quote |


As a verb adapt

is to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion.

As an adjective adapt

is adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

As a noun quote is

a quota.

Renounce vs Adapt - What's the difference?

renounce | adapt |


In lang=en terms the difference between renounce and adapt

is that renounce is to surrender formally some right or trust while adapt is to change oneself so as to be adapted.

As verbs the difference between renounce and adapt

is that renounce is to give up, resign, surrender while adapt is to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion.

As a noun renounce

is (card games) an act of.

As an adjective adapt is

adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

Agility vs Adapt - What's the difference?

agility | adapt |


As a noun agility

is (uncountable) the quality of being agile; the power of moving the limbs quickly and easily; nimbleness; activity; quickness of motion; as, strength and agility of body.

As a verb adapt is

to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion.

As an adjective adapt is

adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

Tack vs Adapt - What's the difference?

tack | adapt |


As adjectives the difference between tack and adapt

is that tack is pretty, beautiful while adapt is adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

As verbs the difference between tack and adapt

is that tack is while adapt is to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion.

Adapt vs Synchronize - What's the difference?

adapt | synchronize |


In lang=en terms the difference between adapt and synchronize

is that adapt is to change oneself so as to be adapted while synchronize is to occur at the same time or with coordinated timing.

As verbs the difference between adapt and synchronize

is that adapt is to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion while synchronize is to cause two or more events to happen at exactly the same time, at the same rate, or in a time-coordinated way to harmonize in regard to time.

As an adjective adapt

is adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

Adapt vs Accustomise - What's the difference?

adapt | accustomise |


As verbs the difference between adapt and accustomise

is that adapt is to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion while accustomise is .

As an adjective adapt

is adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

Orientate vs Adapt - What's the difference?

orientate | adapt |


As verbs the difference between orientate and adapt

is that orientate is (uk|intransitive) to face (a given direction) while adapt is to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion.

As an adjective adapt is

adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

Coexist vs Adapt - What's the difference?

coexist | adapt |


As verbs the difference between coexist and adapt

is that coexist is while adapt is to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion.

As an adjective adapt is

adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

Loose vs Adapt - What's the difference?

loose | adapt |


In lang=en terms the difference between loose and adapt

is that loose is of a grip or hold, to let go while adapt is to change oneself so as to be adapted.

As verbs the difference between loose and adapt

is that loose is to let loose, to free from restraints or loose can be while adapt is to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion.

As adjectives the difference between loose and adapt

is that loose is not fixed in place tightly or firmly while adapt is adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

As a noun loose

is (archery) the release of an arrow.

As an interjection loose

is (archery) begin shooting; release your arrows.

Adapt vs Edit - What's the difference?

adapt | edit |


As a verb adapt

is to make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion.

As an adjective adapt

is adapted; fit; suited; suitable.

As a noun edit is

an edict, type of legislative and/or judicial proclamation, originally emanating from a roman magistrate.

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