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Englisch - Türkisch

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

Bu sadece bir adaptasyon meselesi. - It's only a matter of adaptation.


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

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

{i} intibak
(Ticaret) intibak ettirme
(Kanun) iktibas
(Jeoloji) çevreye uyum sağlama
şekil değişmesi
{i} uyma
ışık değişikliklerine gözü alıştırma işlemi
{i} uygunluk
(Tıp) Işık değişikliklerine gözü alıştırma ameliyesi
{i} aktarma
{i} alıntı
imtizaç intibak
uyum gösterme
adapte etmek

Sadece uyarlamak zorundasın. - You just have to adapt.


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

adaptation kit
(Havacılık) adaptasyon takımı
adaptation kit
(Havacılık) adaptasyon avadanlığı
adaptation mechanism
(Tıp) adaptasyon mekanizması
adaptation mechanisms
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) adaptasyon mekanizmaları
adaptation methods
intibak metotları
adaptation methods
uyum yöntemleri
adaptation of labor
işe alıştırma
adaptation part
(Tekstil) alıştırma parçası
adaptation problem
adaptasyon sorunu
adaptation time
(Ticaret) adaptasyon süresi
(Biyoloji) uyum 
adapte olmak
intibak ettirmek

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

Sadece uyarlamak zorundasın. - You just have to adapt.


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

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

dark adaptation
karanlığa uyum
light adaptation
ışık adaptasyonu
problems of adaptation
adapte olamamak
intibak eden ve ettiren şey veya kimse
adapte et

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

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

edeb adapte etmek
{f} aktarmak
adaptable uysal
alıntı yapmak
(Hukuk) uyumlaştırmak
intibak edebilen adapter adaptör
tabi olmak
şartlara uyan
{f} uymakalıntı yapmak
intibak etmek
chassis adaptation
şasi uyarlama
dark adaptation
(Askeri) karanlığa alışmak
emotional adaptation
duygusal uyum
film adaptation
(Askeri) ADAPTE FİLM: Hükümetin diğer bir kuruluşunda yabancı bir ülke veya ticari bir firma tarafından yapılan ve genel olarak, başlıklardan başka bir değişiklik yapılmadan K. K. K: lığınca eğitim ve öğretim maksadıyla adapte edilen film
rate adaptation
hiz uyarlamasi
reality adaptation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gerçekliğe uyum
selective adaptation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) seçici adaptasyon
sensory adaptation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duyusal adaptasyon
structural adaptation
(Kimya) yapısal intibak
technology adaptation
(Ticaret) teknoloji uyarlaması
visual adaptation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) görsel uyum
Englisch - Englisch
Something which has been adapted; variation
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
The quality of being adapted; adaption; adjustment
{n} the act of fitting or suiting
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
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
the process of making adjustments in response to the environment
characteristics of plants or animals that favor their survival in a given environment
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)
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
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
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)
a written work (as a novel) that has been recast in a new form; "the play is an adaptation of a short novel"
Modification of an organism or its parts that fits it better for the conditions of its environment
Changes in an organism's physiological structure or function or habits that allow it to survive in new surroundings
(physiology) the responsive adjustment of a sense organ (as the eye) to varying conditions (as of light)
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 )
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
The process of change to better conform with environmental conditions or other external stimuli
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
- Structural or functional features that have evolved in an organism which enable it to cope better with its environment
an alteration in the structure or function of organisms which enable them to survive in a changed environment
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)"
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
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)
[n] An adjustment or modification of the structure or behavior of an organism that makes it more suited to its environment
Changes in an organism's structure, function, behavior, or activities that help it adjust to its environment
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
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
A structural or behavioral change in an organism that helps it adjust to its environment
The adjustment of an organism or population to a new or altered environment through genetic changes brought about by natural selection
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
The result of adapting; an adapted form
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
the process of adapting to something (such as environmental conditions)
{i} act of adapting; process of making one thing fit another; modification, adjustment
The act or process of adapting, or fitting; or the state of being adapted or fitted; fitness
(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 period
period of time needed to adjust, time of accustoming oneself
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
To change oneself so as to be adapted

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

Applied to physiological or functional modifications of parts or organs, as distinguished from morphological or structural changes
Relating or pertaining to adaptation, or the adjustment of one thing to another; adaptive
A mutual adaptation of species, organs or genes
{v} to suit, make fit, adjust, apply, join
v To adjust to a specific situation To develop new or innovative methods, skills or tools to make the situation and structure workable
make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose; "Adapt our native cuisine to the available food resources of the new country"
- to change or tailor something to fit, humans change their environment or their way of doing something to fit their current needs or goals
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 change or adjust to new living conditions
adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions; "We must adjust to the bad economic situation"
To adjust to
to change to fit, as in: Newcomers quickly adapt to the culture of the Internet
to change in order to fit new conditions
Fitted; suited
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
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
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
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
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
{f} conform; change, make suitable; match, fit; adapt oneself, become adjusted
To make suitable; to make to correspond; to fit or suit; to proportion
{s} of adaptation, of accommodation; of adjustment, of modification
of or relating to adaptation
plural of adaptation
climatic adaptation
In physical anthropology, the genetic adaptation of human beings to different environmental conditions, such as extreme cold, humid heat, desert habitat, and high altitudes. Extreme cold favours short, round bodies with short arms and legs, flat faces with fat pads over the sinuses, narrow noses, and a heavy layer of body fat. These adaptations provide minimum surface area in relation to body mass for minimum heat loss and protect the lungs and base of the brain against cold air in the nasal passages. In conditions of humid heat, where body heat must be dissipated, selection favours tall and thin bodies with maximum surface area for heat radiation. A wide nose prevents warming of the air in the nasal passages, and dark skin protects against harmful solar radiation. The desert-adapted person must compensate for water loss through sweating. A thin but not tall body minimizes both water needs and water loss; skin pigmentation is moderate, since extreme pigmentation is good protection from the sun but allows absorption of heat from direct sunlight, which must be lost by sweating. Adaptation to night cold, often part of a desert environment, provides increased metabolic activity to warm the body during sleep. High altitudes demand, in addition to cold adaptation, adaptation for low air pressure and the consequent low oxygen, usually by an increase in lung tissue. See also acclimatization; race
dark adaptation
the process of adjusting the eyes to low levels of illumination; cones adapt first; rods continue to adapt for up to four hours
light adaptation
the process of adjusting the eyes to relatively high levels of illumination; the pupil constricts and the cones system is operative