Adjust the brakes.
Starting with a population of childless married couples it will give the initial crew a few years to adjust to their new surroundings without the distraction and responsibility of caring for children.
She adjusted her skirt, took a deep breath, and walked into the room. I went to adjust the television set.
Because most people adjust in months.
adjustment /n adjustable /adj
to adjust the claim to our mutual satisfaction
Every Sunday, Takashi loves to adjust his car's engine.
Man learned to adjust to, and in some ways to shape, his environment.
They lived high on the hog for so long, and now they can't adjust to a simple life without luxuries.
Remember that if you want to teach children, you have to adjust the range of vocabulary to their level
do you find that you are constantly having to adjust your television set, or do you always have agood clear
An example of adjust is to tighten the handlebars on a bicycle. A man adjusts the handlebars on his bicycle.
This makes it possible to adjust the settings in one place, to affect all customers in that profile.
his eyes had adjusted to semi-darkness. it wastes the buyer's time and may require an adjusting credit note to be issued
I've adjusted new value for this parameter so you should tell the difference.
Angielskie słowo "dopasowywać" (adjust) występuje w zestawach:Lekcja 4 22.10.2018Useful verbsEnglish for HR
Before the match, an opening ceremony was held in the Yoyogi stadium.
a burning match
From the coffee table photo book to the bathroom factoid anthology to the bedside escapist novel, American literature is designed to match the furniture.
Essentially it's a one-to-one match, but the content of that match is a level so high as to be unthinkable to an ordinary person.
Can you match this coat with something a little more colorful?
The boxing match was completely one-sided, one pug was so badly mauled that his manager had to throw in the sponge.
I'd certainly like to go and watch the match; it's just that I'm not sure if I have time.
The committee would like me to have someone to whom I can direct questions or go to for guidance about the city and its resources; I believe, therefore, that you would be a very good match.
What?! You didn't do your homework because of a soccer match? That's no excuse!
I gave it a try figuring that anything is worth a try. But putting together a program like this is something I'm no match for.
Every year about 150 million people watch basketball matches.
One of our players scored a goal just five minutes after the match started.
For detecting drugs or hidden explosives, there's no technology that can match a dog's nose.
So truffle aficionados are always careful to match recipes to the available truffle varieties.)
You can go to the match with me, if you want. He lit a match. The match of her clothes was very pretty. Match the picture with the right description.
Angielskie słowo "dopasowywać" (match) występuje w zestawach:Piotrek 04.12Speak-up PI2
I end up unconsciously trying to get fit as summer draws near.
We humans have a great way of twisting facts to fit our conclusion as soon as we have made one.
If you want a golden rule that will fit everybody, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.
All the tales of miracles, with which the Old and New Testament are filled, are fit only for impostors to preach and fools to believe.
In South Korea, the most powerful member of a family, usually the oldest living male, has the power to send members of his family to a psychiatric hospital as he sees fit.
There are gaps between the boards in the box. If you fit them in snugly, you'll get more use out of the box.
We've got taller so they don't fit. "Right, it's certainly not that we've got fat!" "The useful phrase 'grown up' is our trump card."
But that same principle must apply to Muslim perceptions of America. Just as Muslims do not fit a crude stereotype, America is not the crude stereotype of a self-interested empire.
Keeping your heart fit and strong can slow down the ageing of your brain, say researchers.
Dad runs in the park three times a week, so he’s very fit.
suitable, right, proper, adequate, corresponding, applicable fit, due, meet, likely, congenial, required, correspondent, homologous, opportune,
And, if I was going to the gym, I'd have to carry, maybe, a backpack, uh, to fit my sneakers and my change of clothes because my briefcase wasn't big enough.
I found working out hard at first because I wasn't very fit, but it's much better now.
How did you fit a briefcase into your pocket?! the woman asked, stunned.
Angielskie słowo "dopasowywać" (fit) występuje w zestawach:non action verbs