adapt

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İngilizce - Türkçe
uyarlamak

Sadece uyarlamak zorundasın. - You just have to adapt.

adapte etmek
uymak

Yabancı bir kültürde yaşamaya uymak genellikle zordur. - It is generally hard to adapt to living in a foreign culture.

adapte olmak
intibak ettirmek
bağdaştırmak
uyumlandırmak
uyarlama

Kendini yeni çevresine uyarlamaya çalıştı. - He tried to adapt himself to his new surroundings.

Çevirilerde uyarlamalar olmalıdır. - There must be adaptations in translations.

alışmak
uydurmak
uyarla

Bu oyun romandan uyarlanmıştır. - This play was adapted from the novel.

Bu film, bir roman uyarlamasıdır. - This film is an adaptation of a novel.

intibak edebilen adapter adaptör
intibak eden ve ettiren şey veya kimse
tabi olmak
{f} uymakalıntı yapmak
{f} aktarmak
adaptable uysal
adapte et

Kendisini yeni çevresine adapte etmeyi zor buldu. - She found it was difficult to adapt herself to her new surroundings.

Biz bu yeni koşullara planımızı adapte etmeliyiz. - We must adapt our plan to these new circumstances.

edeb adapte etmek
intibak etmek
şartlara uyan
(Hukuk) uyumlaştırmak
alıntı yapmak
adaptation
adaptasyon

Adaptasyon hayatta kalmak için anahtardır. - Adaptation is the key to survival.

Evrim ilerleme değil, fakat adaptasyondur. - Evolution is not progression, but adaptation.

adaptation
(Hukuk) uyarlama

Çevirilerde uyarlamalar olmalıdır. - There must be adaptations in translations.

Bu film, bir roman uyarlamasıdır. - This film is an adaptation of a novel.

adaptation
{i} intibak
adaptation
uyum
adapt to
adapte olma

Bugünün sert gerçeklerine adapte olmalıyız. - We must adapt to today's harsh realities.

adapt oneself to
özünü alıştırmak
adapt to
adapte ol

Bugünün sert gerçeklerine adapte olmalıyız. - We must adapt to today's harsh realities.

adapt for
için uyum
adapt oneself to
uymak
adapt into a movie
(Sinema) beyaz perdeye aktarmak
adapt into a movie
(Sinema) sinemaya aktarmak
adapt into a screenplay
(Sinema) beyaz perdeye aktarmak
adapt into a screenplay
(Sinema) sinemaya aktarmak
adapt o.s. to
-e kendini alıştırmak
adapt oneself to
kendini alıştırmak
adapt oneself to
kendini adam etmek
adapt oneself to
kendine çeki düzen vermek
adapt oneself to
kendini yenilemek
adaptable
uyabilen
adaptation
adapte
adapted
{s} adapte edilmiş
adaptable
uyumlu

Tom çok uyumlu değil. - Tom isn't very adaptable.

adaptable
{s} yeni koşullara adapte olabilen/uyarlanabilen
adapted
adapte

Mary ve Tom sadece altı aydır burada yaşıyorlar ama şimdiden iyi adapte olmuşlar. - Mary and Tom have only been living here for six months, but they have already adapted well.

Yurt dışında yaşamaya kolayca adapte oldular. - They easily adapted to living abroad.

adaptability
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) uyumluluk
adaptable
uyabilir
adaptation
uyuşma
adaptation
uyarlanım
adaptation
uyarlanma
adaptation
(Ticaret) intibak ettirme
adaptation
uydurma
adaptation
(Kanun) iktibas
adaptation
uyum gösterme
adaptation
imtizaç
adaptation
alışma
adapted
uyarlama
adapted
{s} uyarlanmış

Bu kitap çocuklar için uyarlanmıştır. - This book is adapted for children.

Oyun bir romandan uyarlanmıştır. - The play was adapted from a novel.

adapted
adapte olmak
adapted
intibak etmek
adapting
uyumlu hale getirme
adaptability
uyum yeteneği
adaptable
kolayca uyum sağlayan
adaptable
uyum sağlayan
adapted
adapte edilen
adaptability
intibak kabiliyeti
adaptable
adapta
adaptation
(Jeoloji) çevreye uyum sağlama
adapted
uyarla
adapted
uyarlam
adapted
ayarladı
adapter
(Mühendislik) adaptör (ara rakor; birbirinden ayrı cins iki dişli ucu birleştiren ara parça)
adaptively
uyarlamalı
adaptability
uysallık
adaptability
(Tıp) Fiziki ve ruhi bakımlardan, koşullara uyabilme yeteneği
adaptability
{i} uyma yeteneği
adaptability
{i} adapte olabilirlik
adaptable
takılabilir
adaptable
{s} uygun

Tom'un uygun olduğunu düşünüyorum. - I think Tom is adaptable.

adaptable
adapte olabilen
adaptable
{s} uyarlanabilir
adaptable
{s} uydurulabilir
adaptable
şartlara uyabilen,uyum sağlayan
adaptation
{i} uygunluk
adaptation
{i} uyma
adaptation
ışık değişikliklerine gözü alıştırma işlemi
adaptation
(Tıp) Işık değişikliklerine gözü alıştırma ameliyesi
adaptation
tatbik
adaptation
{i} aktarma
adaptation
imtizaç intibak
adaptation
alıntı
adaptation
uydurulma
adaptation
şekil değişmesi
adapted
ayarla
adapted
uydurulmuş
adapter
{i} elek., mak. adaptör
adapter
Uygunlaştırıcı
adapter
{i} adaptör

Adaptörleri kullanmaktan nefret ediyorum. - I hate using adapters.

adapter
ara parçası
adapter
uyarlayan
adapter
uyarlayıcı
adapter
{i} ara parçası [fiz.]
adapter
Çevirici
adapter
{i} uyarlayıcı, adapte eden
adapting
(Tekstil) ayarlama, düzenleme, alıştırma, ölçüleme
approve and adapt
(Ticaret) onaylamak ve kabul etmek
image adapt
(Bilgisayar) görüntü bağdaş
image adapt
(Bilgisayar) görüntü bağdaştırma
Türkçe - Türkçe

adapt teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

adapter
Direkt olarak birbirlerine uyum sağlamayan iki konnektörün veya cihazın bağlanmasını sağlayan bir aracı cihaz
İngilizce - İngilizce
To fit by alteration; to modify or remodel for a different purpose; to adjust: as, to adapt a story or a foreign play for the stage; to adapt an old machine to a new manufacture
To change oneself so as to be adapted

They could not adapt to the new climate and so perished.

To make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion
Adapted; fit; suited; suitable
To make by altering or fitting something else; to produce by change of form or character: as, to bring out a play adapted from the French; a word of an adapted form
{v} to suit, make fit, adjust, apply, join
- to change or tailor something to fit, humans change their environment or their way of doing something to fit their current needs or goals
make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose; "Adapt our native cuisine to the available food resources of the new country"
v To adjust to a specific situation To develop new or innovative methods, skills or tools to make the situation and structure workable
adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions; "We must adjust to the bad economic situation"
to change or adjust to new living conditions
to change to fit, as in: Newcomers quickly adapt to the culture of the Internet
To adjust to
to change in order to fit new conditions
adapter
to modify in response to change When used in regard to evolution, it means that some structure or behaviour of an organism may over time, appear to change in response toa new threat or opportunity in the environment The bacterium which causes tuberculosis has developed certain strains which have adapted to the antibiotics used to treat the disease which is now becoming more difficult to treat Adductors - muscle bringing a limb or the jaw towards the body
To make suitable; to fit, or suit; to adjust; to alter so as to fit for a new use; sometimes followed by to or for
Fitted; suited
make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose; "Adapt our native cuisine to the available food resources of the new country
If you adapt a book or play, you change it so that it can be made into a film or a television programme. The scriptwriter helped him to adapt his novel for the screen The film has been adapted from a play of the same title. see also adapted
{f} conform; change, make suitable; match, fit; adapt oneself, become adjusted
If you adapt to a new situation or adapt yourself to it, you change your ideas or behaviour in order to deal with it successfully. The world will be different, and we will have to be prepared to adapt to the change They have had to adapt themselves to a war economy. = adjust
If you adapt something, you change it to make it suitable for a new purpose or situation. Shelves were built to adapt the library for use as an office. = modify
adaptability
The quality of being adaptable; a quality that renders adaptable
adaptability
readiness for change in a business environment
adaptability
Variability in respect to, or under the influence of, external conditions; susceptibility of an organism to that variation whereby it becomes suited to or fitted for its conditions of environment; the capacity of an organism to be modified by circumstances
adaptable
Capable of adapting or of being adapted
adaptation
Adjustment to extant conditions: as, adjustment of a sense organ to the intensity or quality of stimulation; modification of some thing or its parts that makes it more fit for existence under the conditions of its current environment
adaptation
The quality of being adapted; adaption; adjustment
adapter
One who is capable of adapting well to differing situations

He was an able adapter, and could easily adjust to the differences when the company changed ownership.

adapter
One who adapts a thing, e.g. a play

The critic gave rave reviews to the adapter of the ancient play, who worked to give the text more relevance to the modern day.

adapter
Specifically, a device that allows one format of plug to be used with a different format of socket

We bought adapters to use our three-prong plugs in the two-prong, unpolarized outlets of the old house.

adapter
Specifically, a device that permits two, three, or more plugs to be used at a single electrical power point

The wall outlet sprouted an electrical monstrosity of adapters plugged into adapters that sparked ominously.

adapter
A device or application used to achieve operative compatibility between devices that otherwise are incompatible

He had an adapter that let him plug his phone into the car's cigarette lighter for power.

to adapt
assimilate
adaptable
{s} able to be modified; adjusting quickly
adaptable
If you describe a person or animal as adaptable, you mean that they are able to change their ideas or behaviour in order to deal with new situations. a more adaptable and skilled workforce = flexible + adaptability adapt·abil·ity The adaptability of wool is one of its great attractions. = flexibility. able to change in order to be successful in new and different situations
adaptation
{n} the act of fitting or suiting
adapter
{n} a chemical vessel with two necks, called also Aludel
Adaptability
the ability to change or be changed to fit changed circumstances
Adaptability
Adaptability means that it is relatively easy, i e , without any major renovation work, at all times to modify the surroundings to meet the accessibility needs of those using the building or house
Adaptability
The ability of an organism to learn in response to changes in its environment over the course of its lifetime This allows it to improve its fitness over that available from its initial phenotype
Adaptability
Refers to the degree to which adjustments are possible in practices, processes, or structures of systems to projected or actual changes of climate Adaptation can be spontaneous or planned, and be carried out in response to or in anticipation of changes in conditions
Adaptability
measures how easily the buyer can tweak the technology to meet their unique needs
Adaptability
The ability to alter structure or function in response to changes in the environment in such a way that fundamental life processes can continue to cope with (or continue to function in) an uncertain environment
Adaptability
The capacity of a building or space to respond to changing social, technological, economic and market conditions
Adaptability
The ability of certain building spaces and elements, such as kitchen counters, sinks, and grab bars, to be added or altered so as to accommodate the needs of individuals with or without disabilities or to accommodate the needs of persons with different types or degrees of disability
Adaptability
of a population describes its capability to adapt again after changes in its environment through changes in its genetic structure
Adaptability
The ease with which an algorithm, rule-based system, or neural network developed for a given geographic location can be modified to perform equally well with input data from another location
Adaptability
adaptativeness
Adaptable
Organizations that are able to respond quickly to external change (Result)
Adaptable
Describes whether a robot is able to make self-directed corrections in it's path or decision making Usually performed with the aid of visual, force, or tactile sensors
Adaptable
Able to adjust easily to new conditions
Adaptable
capable of becoming suitable for a specific use or situation
Adaptable
Capable of undergoing inheritable (and/or non-heritable) structural or functional changes in response to environmental changes that could otherwise impair life processes
Adaptable
capable of adapting (of becoming or being made suitable) to a particular situation or use; "to succeed one must be adaptable"; "the frame was adaptable to cloth bolts of different widths"
Adaptation
The result of the process of (1) long-term evolutionary adjustment of a population to environmental changes, or (2) short-term physiological/behavioral responses compensating for environmental changes Frequently a short-term behavioral or physiological response, if it is generally adaptive, will be reinforced by genetic adaptation that ensures the longevity of the short-term response
Adaptation
the process of making adjustments in response to the environment
Adaptation
adaption
Adaptation
changes in an organism's structure or behavior that help it adjust to its surroundings An increase or decrease in sensitivity to a given stimulus that results from exposure to that stimulus
Adaptation
Any adaptation of any work must be authorised by the rights holder The rights holder has an exclusive right to the adaptation of her/ his work You can't just adapt models, diagrams or illustrations with no reference to the owner of the intellectual property Teachers often think that because they've changed it, it's theirs It's not! Contact the owner of the i p and ask for permission Then you can put "Adapted with permission from (source)"
Adaptation
the process by which an organism or species becomes adjusted to its environment In the context of climate change, adaptation refers to the adjustments inhabitants of the earth would need to make in the face of inevitable, irreversible changes These adjustments would be made primarily at the local climate level If mitigation measures were able to reduce the scale of change or extend the length of time over which it occurs, adaptation would be much easier (See mitigation )
Adaptation
- Structural or functional features that have evolved in an organism which enable it to cope better with its environment
Adaptation
Changes in an organism's structure or habits that allow it to adjust to its surroundings, which usually makes them more likely to survive and reproduce than their competitors
Adaptation
The process of change to better conform with environmental conditions or other external stimuli
Adaptation
changes in gene frequencies resulting from selective pressures being placed upon a population by environmental factors This results in a greater fitness of the population to its ecological niche
Adaptation
A structural or behavioral change in an organism that helps it adjust to its environment
Adaptation
an alteration in the structure or function of organisms which enable them to survive in a changed environment
Adaptation
Modification of an organism or its parts that fits it better for the conditions of its environment
Adaptation
The ability of an species to change in response to changes in its environment over many generations This requires changes to the genotype in a way that increases an individuals' fitness
Adaptation
of a population to certain environmental conditions describes a condition of a population allowing it to survive in the long term under these environmental conditions, to reproduce and thus to continue to exist
Adaptation
Changes in an organism's structure, function, behavior, or activities that help it adjust to its environment
Adaptation
Any change in the structure or function of an organism, which makes it better suited to its environment (e g the torpedo body shape of tuna allows for fast swimming in the open ocean)
Adaptation
(physiology) the responsive adjustment of a sense organ (as the eye) to varying conditions (as of light)
Adaptation
[n] An adjustment or modification of the structure or behavior of an organism that makes it more suited to its environment
Adaptation
The adjustment of an organism or population to a new or altered environment through genetic changes brought about by natural selection
Adaptation
A process of genetic change of a population, owing to natural selection, whereby the average state of a character becomes improved with reference to a specific function, or whereby a population is thought to have become better suited to some feature of its environment Also, an adaptation: a feature that has become prevalent in a population because of a selective advantage owing to its provision of an improvement in some function (F)
Adaptation
An inherited characteristic of an organism in structure, function or behaviour which makes it better able to survive and reproduce Visible examples of adaptations to cave life are: lengthening of appendages, loss of pigments, modification of eyes Biology - Flora & Fauna Ref JJ
Adaptation
characteristics of plants or animals that favor their survival in a given environment
Adaptation
adjustments made by animals in respect of their environments The adjustments may occur by natural selection, as individuals with favorable genetically acquired traits breed more prolifically than those lacking these traits (genotypic adaptation), or they may involve non-genetic changes in individuals, such as physiological modification (e g acclimatization) or behavioral changes (phenotypic adaptation)
Adaptation
Changes in an organism's physiological structure or function or habits that allow it to survive in new surroundings
Adaptation
of the curriculum retains the prescribed learning outcomes of the provincial curriculum, and is provided so the student can participate in the program These adaptations can include alternate formats and instructional strategies, contraction or extension of time, and assessment procedures Students receiving service which is an adaptation of the curriculum are assessed using the standards for the course/program and can receive credit toward a Dogwood certificate for their work
Adaptation
the process by which the visual system becomes accustomed to more or less light of a different color than it was exposed to during an immediately proceeding period It results in a change in the sensitivity of the eye to light
Adaptation
a written work (as a novel) that has been recast in a new form; "the play is an adaptation of a short novel"
Adapter
Also known as an add-on card, controller, expansion card, or I/O card Adapters are installed in expansion slots to enhance the processing power of the computer or to communicate with other devices Examples of adapters include asynchronous communication, floppy disk-controller, and expanded memory
Adapter
A printed circuit board that plugs into a computer's expansion bus to provide added capabilities Common adapters for the PC include display adapters, memory expansion adapters, input/output adapters that provide, serial, parallel, and games peorts, and other devices such as internal modesm, CD-ROMs, or network interface cards One adapter can often support several different devices; for example, an I/O adapter may support one parallel port, a games or joystick port, and several serial ports Some PC designs incorporate many of the functions previously performed by these individual adapters on the motherboard
Adapter
Expansion card that enables a computer to attach to a network
Adapter
Hardware installed in a PC or other computer and used to connect the computer to other hardware
Adapter
A computer add-in board device that links different parts of one or more subsystems, systems, hosts or networks For example: Anetwork interface card may also be called a network adapter
Adapter
A device that enables, any or all of the following: 1) different sizes or types of plugs to mate with one another or to fit into a telecommunications outlet, 2) the rearrangement of leads, 3) large cables with numerous wires to fan out into smaller groups of wires, and 4) interconnection between cables
Adapter
Used to insert a smaller storage device into a larger slot in a computer or other device
Adapter
Used to connect or join two connectors Also sometimes referred to as a coupling
Adapter
A device that allows a CCD camera to be attached to a variety of scientific instruments or lenses Also referred to as mount adapter and lens mount adapter See also C-mount and F-mount
Adapter
A short, threaded piece or coupling used to adapt parts of the logging tool that cannot otherwise be coupled together because of difference in thread size or design
Adapter
A part that electrically or physically connects a device to a computer or to another device A circuit board that adds function to a computer
Adapter
Another name for a Network Interface Card (NIC)
Adapter
A part that electrically or physically connects a device to a computer or to another device A printed circuit board that modifies the system unit to allow it to operate in a particular way See also card
Adapter
A board (or card) that plugs into a workstation internally and has one or more ports A port allows the workstation to connect to an external device
Adapter
The adapter is the hardware device that connects two dissimilar devices Example: a synchronous data link control (SDLC) adapter connects a gateway PC to a modem for SDLC communications
Adapter
a musician who adapts a composition for particular voices or instruments or for another style of performance
Adapter
Also known as NIC (Network Interface Card) A hardware communiciations interface (circuit board) required for the DTE (workstation, P C ) to access the network
Adapter
The hardware card in a device and its associated software that allow the device to communicate with other devices over a network (e g a Local Area Network, SDLC)
Adapter
A board installed in a computer system, usually a PC, to provide network communication capabilities to and from that computer system Also called a network interface card (NIC)
Adapter
adapter card
Adapter
A printed circuit board that plugs into a computer's expansion bus to provide added capabilities Common adapters include video adapters, joy-stick controllers, and I/O adapters, as well as other devices, such as internal modems, CD-ROMs, and network interface cards One adapter can often support several different devices Some of today's PC designs incorporate many of the functions previously performed by these individual adapters on the motherboard (Ref: Dyson, Dictionary of Networking)
Adapter
A fitting that supplies a passage between two sets of equipment when they cannot be directly interconnected
Adapter
An object which wraps another object to conform to a particular Interface, when some code requests the interface from an object See twisted python components
Adapter
device that enables something to be used in a way different from that for which it was intended or makes different pieces of apparatus compatible
Adapter
A device that makes two non-matching pieces work together; Power adapter for equipment that can't use the supply voltage Connector Adapters (SCSI, Phone, etc ) to match the port with the connector on the cable
Adapter
A part that electrically or physically connects a device to a computer or to another device
Adapter
Also known as NIC (Network Interface Card) A hardware communciations interface (circuit board) required for the DTE (workstation, P C ) to access the network
Adapter
A printed circuit board that fits inside a computer to provide a hardware upgrade or a communication port Also called an interface board
adaptability
{i} ability to adjust to one's environment; ability to be modified
adaptability
Variability in respect to, or under the influence of external conditions; susceptibility of an organism to that variation whereby it becomes suited to or fitted for its conditions of environment; the capacity of an organism to be modified by circumstances
adaptability
elasticity
adaptability
The quality of being adaptable; suitableness
adaptable
Capable of being adapted
adaptation
The result of adapting; an adapted form
adaptation
An adaptation of a book or play is a film or a television programme that is based on it. Branagh's screen adaptation of Shakespeare's Henry the Fifth
adaptation
(physiology) the responsive adjustment of a sense organ (as the eye) to varying conditions (as of light) a written work (as a novel) that has been recast in a new form; "the play is an adaptation of a short novel"
adaptation
The act or process of adapting, or fitting; or the state of being adapted or fitted; fitness
adaptation
Adaptation is the act of changing something or changing your behaviour to make it suitable for a new purpose or situation. Most living creatures are capable of adaptation when compelled to do so. In biology, the process by which an animal or plant becomes fitted to its environment. It is the result of natural selection acting on inherited variation. Even simple organisms must be adapted in many ways, including structure, physiology, and genetics; movement or dispersal; means of defense and attack; and reproduction and development. To be useful, adaptations must often occur simultaneously in different parts of the body
adaptation
{i} act of adapting; process of making one thing fit another; modification, adjustment
adaptation
the process of adapting to something (such as environmental conditions)
adaptation
Something which has been adapted; variation
adapted
past of adapt
adapted
If something is adapted to a particular situation or purpose, it is especially suitable for it. The camel's feet, well adapted for dry sand, are useless on mud. = suited
adapted
changed in order to improve or made more fit for a particular purpose; "seeds precisely adapted to the area"; "instructions altered to suit the children's different ages
adapted
{s} accommodated to, matched to, conformed to; made suitable; altered, changed as to make more fit for a particular objective; weighted (Finance)
adapter
One who adapts
adapter
{i} person or thing that adapts; device used to join unmatching parts; expansion card, circuit board that connects to the motherboard and enables a computer to work with a particular piece of hardware or software (Computers)
adapter
One that adapts
adapter
adaptor an object that you use to connect two different pieces of electrical equipment, or to connect two pieces of equipment to the same power supply
adapter
A connecting tube; an adopter
adapting
present participle of adapt
adaptively
In an adaptive manner; with adaptation; in an adjusted or fitting manner; with fitness
adaptively
in an adaptive manner, through adaption
adapts
third-person singular of adapt
adapt