English words and Examples of Usage

use "adapt" in a sentence

Not everybody can adapt but to have an exit strategy is important.

In the meantime, she hopes humans will be able to adapt to the shifts.

And if you’re not a mushroom lover, feel free to adapt the ingredients.

Humanity has to adapt - which will be difficult in certain places.

He will come into the Premier League and it takes a bit of time to adapt.

It allows him to adapt to any situation and serves him well as a teammate.

We try to adapt the best of the ideas from very established food cultures.

The likeness of the Finns and the Japanese has greatly helped Hitomi to adapt.

I didn't want to adapt it in a sense, and take away or change things, he said.

However, it is also irresponsible to ignore that we will all adapt differently.

And this is painful for anybody who doesn't want to adapt to this nasty reality.

But that is the difference between a good and great player: being able to adapt.

Research the company where you're applying and adapt your description accordingly.

It's the responsibility of drivers to adapt their driving habits to the conditions.

But he warned the government would need to be supportive to GPs to allow them to adapt.

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