adjust

listen to the pronunciation of adjust
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} ayarlamak

Açıkçası ayarlamak zordu. - Obviously the adjustment was hard.

John'un yaptığı gibi bu cihazı ayarlamak için hiç kimsenin yeterli bilgisi yok. - Nobody has enough knowledge to adjust this equipment like John did.

{f} alıştırmak

Tom gözlerini karanlığa alıştırmak için bir süre bekledi. - Tom waited a while to let his eyes adjust to the darkness.

{f} uydurmak

Sık sık söylenildiği gibi kendini yeni bir çevreye uydurmak zordur. - As is often said, it is difficult to adjust yourself to a new environment.

ayarla

Sesi nasıl ayarlayacağımı bana söyleyebilir misiniz? - Could you tell me how to adjust the volume?

Tom duşun sıcaklığını ayarlamaya çalıştı. - Tom tried to adjust the temperature of the shower.

uyum göstermek
uymak
uyarlamak
düzeltilebilir uydurulabilir
intibak
{f} alışmak

İnsanların yeni çevreye alışmak için sadece zamana ihtiyacı var. - People just need time to adjust to the new environment.

{f} ayar etmek, ayarlamak
uyma
nizam
düzeltme

LASIK, kornea yüzeyini düzeltmek için kullanılan bir lazerdir. - In LASIK, a laser is used to adjust the surface of the cornea.

(Nükleer Bilimler) ayar

Sesi nasıl ayarlayacağımı bana söyleyebilir misiniz? - Could you tell me how to adjust the volume?

Araba sürmeden önce frenleri kontrol edin ve ayarlayın. - Check and adjust the brakes before you drive.

tashih
{f} düzeltmek

LASIK, kornea yüzeyini düzeltmek için kullanılan bir lazerdir. - In LASIK, a laser is used to adjust the surface of the cornea.

Islah
tanzim
{f} halletmek
ayarlamak ayarla
(Mukavele) ayar etmek, düzeltmek
(Askeri) TANZİM: Belirli bir hedefte, tanzimi başlatması için gözcüye verilen emir; mermilerin hedefe vurmalarını temin için silahın yan ve yüksekliğini düzeltmek; ayarlama (k); ayar etmek; düzeltmek; alıştırmak
alıştırmak ayar etmek adjustable ayar edilebilir
(Mimarlık) (to) alıştırmak
{f} belirlemek
düzen

Herhangi bir düzenleme yapmadım. - I didn't make any adjustments.

ayarlanmak
parlamak
(Tıp) uyum sağlamak
ayar çekmek
(Hukuk) uyumlulaştırmak
adjustment
(Mühendislik) ayarlama

Bir tutum ayarlamasına ihtiyacın var. - You need an attitude adjustment.

Açıkçası ayarlamak zordu. - Obviously the adjustment was hard.

adjustment
ayar

Makinenin ayarlaması mühendisler tarafından halledildi. - The adjustment of the machinery was taken care of by engineers.

Hayatın hepsi ayarlamalarla ilgilidir. - Life is all about adjustments.

adjust a difference
anlaşmazlığı halletmek
adjust finely
ince ayar yap
adjust the tone
ses tonunu düzelt
adjust the volume
sesini ayarla
adjust fire
(Askeri) TANZİM ATIŞI: 1. Tanzimin başlatılması istemi veya emri. 2. Gözcünün tanzimi kontrol edeceğini belirtmek için yaptığı atış isteğinde iletilen bir kontrol yöntemi
adjust o.s. to
kendini -e alıştırmak
adjust plate
(İnşaat) ayar plakası
adjust the distance of the beater blades of the grid
(Tekstil) vurucu bıçakların ızgaraya olan mesafesini ayarlamak
adjustment
(Tekstil) ayarlama, düzenleme, alıştırma, ölçüleme
adjustable
{s} ayarlanabilir

Bu emniyet kemerleri ayarlanabilir. - These seatbelts are adjustable.

Sandalyenin yüksekliği ayarlanabilir. - The chair's height is adjustable.

adjustment
alışma
adjustable
ayarlanır
adjusted
ayarlı
adjuster
ayar düzeni
adjuster
ayar somunu
adjusting
(Ticaret) ayarlayan
adjusting
(Ticaret) düzeltici
adjusting
ayarlayarak
adjustment
uyum

Yeni işine hızlı bir şekilde uyum sağladı. - She made a quick adjustment to her new job.

Bir uyum dönemi vardı. - There was an adjustment period.

adjustment
(Ticaret) denkleştirme
adjustment
tashih
adjustment
ayarlamak

Açıkçası ayarlamak zordu. - Obviously the adjustment was hard.

adjustment
(Dilbilim) uyarlama
adjustment
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) uyum sağlama
adjustment
(Ticaret) tanzim
adjustment
(Ticaret) denkleşme
adjustment
reglaj
auto adjust
otomatik ayarlı
idle adjust
(Otomotiv) rölanti ayarı
idle adjust plug
(Otomotiv) rölanti ayar vidası
idle adjust plug
(Otomotiv) rölanti ayar tıpası
adjusting
(Tekstil) ayarlama, düzenleme, alıştırma, ölçüleme
adjustable
düzeltilebilir
adjustable
ayarlanabilen
adjuster
ayarlayıcı
adjusting
ayarlayıcı
adjusting
{f} ayarla

Tom ayarları ayarlamada biraz sorun yaşadı. - Tom had a little trouble adjusting the settings.

adjusting
ayarlama

Tom ayarları ayarlamada biraz sorun yaşadı. - Tom had a little trouble adjusting the settings.

adjustment
tasfiye
adjustment
adaptasyon
adjustment
düzeltme
hard-to-adjust
ayarlaması zor
power adjust cable
güç ayar kablosu
right adjust
sağa ayarla
adjustability
ayarlanabilir
adjusted
ayarladı

Görüşüme göre teleskobu ayarladım. - I adjusted the telescope to my vision.

Tom eşarbı boynuna ayarladı. - Tom adjusted the scarf around his neck.

adjusted
Uyum göstermiş, alışmış
adjuster
dispeççi
adjuster
Tasfiye memuru
adjuster
(Denizcilik) (Gemicilik) Boyunduruk
adjuster
ayarlayici
adjusting
ayar

Tom ayarları ayarlamada biraz sorun yaşadı. - Tom had a little trouble adjusting the settings.

adjustment
ayarlaması
right#adjust
sağa ayarla
self adjust
kendinden ayarlı
third person singular of adjust
üçüncü kişi ayarlamak tekil
to adjust oneself
alışmak
adjustable
{s} ayarlı
adjusted
{f} ayarla: adj.ayarlı
adjusted
{f} ayarla: adj.ayarlanmış
adjusted
ayarla

Tom eşarbı boynuna ayarladı. - Tom adjusted the scarf around his neck.

Tom koltuğu ayarladı, anahtarı taktı, ve sonra uzaklaştı. - Tom adjusted the seat, put in the key, and then drove away.

adjuster
(Tekstil) ayarcı, düzeltici
adjuster
{i} dispeççi (sigorta)
adjuster
düzelten kimse
adjuster
ayarlayan kimse
adjustment
{i} kendini alıştırma
adjustment
halletme
adjustment
{i} uydurma
adjustment
(Askeri) ATIŞ TANZİMİ: Orta vuruş noktasını hedef üzerine oturtmak için gözetlemeli atış yapılması
adjustment
{i} tic. tazminat miktarının sigortalı ve sigortacı arasında kararlaştırılması
adjustment
(Askeri) (OF FIRE) Atış tanzimi
adjustment
{i} dispeç
battery adjust
(Askeri) tekmil batarya
half adjust
yuvarlamak
left adjust
soldan ayarlamak
left adjust
Sola Hizalamak
mirror adjust mechanism
(Otomotiv) ayna ayar mekanizması
right adjust
sağdan ayarlamak
ship will adjust
(Askeri) gemi tanzim edecek
ship will adjust
(Askeri) GEMİ TANZİM EDECEK: Bir deniz topçu atış desteğinde, bir geminin, tanzimci yardımıyla hedefi görüp atışlarını ayarladığı veya kontrol ettiği atış metodu
tall adjust
Uzun ayarı
we can adjust it to your size
bunu sizin bedeninize göre ayarlayabiliriz
will you adjust the length
boyunu ayarlar mısınız
Englisch - Englisch
To improve or rectify

He adjusted his initial conclusion to reflect the new data.

To modify

Morimoto's recipes are adjusted to suit the American palate.

To settle an insurance claim
{f} modify; adapt; tune; fit, install; arrange; settle
{v} to fit, adapt, settle, set right
place in a line or arrange so as to be parallel or straight; "align the car with the curb"; "align the sheets of paper on the table"
Making disposition on a referral without going to court
To touch a piece or a pawn without the intention of making a move Adjusting the pieces is generally done to move a piece to the center of the square A player must announce "I adjust", "Adjust", or "J'adoube" (French for "I adjust") before touching his/her pieces If the player does not announce "adjust", he/she will be bound to move that piece on his/her next turn
Sets attributes of a vertex
The rightmost button on the mouse Usually used to alter things
Style Manager: Mouse dialog box: A setting of the MANIPULATION button (button 2) that assigns the functions of extending a text selection in a text field or extending a list selection in a multiple selection list to the point where the button is clicked See ADJUST button
The process of moving text to fit between the left and right margins
To settle or bring to a satisfactory state, so that parties are agreed in the result; as, to adjust accounts; the differences are adjusted
If you adjust something, you change it so that it is more effective or appropriate. To attract investors, Panama has adjusted its tax and labour laws
To bring to a true relative position, as the parts of an instrument; to regulate for use; as, to adjust a telescope or microscope
make correspondent or conformable; "Adjust your eyes to the darkness"
If you adjust something such as your clothing or a machine, you correct or alter its position or setting. Liz adjusted her mirror and then edged the car out of its parking bay
When you adjust to a new situation, you get used to it by changing your behaviour or your ideas. We have been preparing our fighters to adjust themselves to civil society I felt I had adjusted to the idea of being a mother very well It has been hard to adjust but now I'm getting satisfaction from my work. see also well-adjusted
adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions; "We must adjust to the bad economic situation" alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard; "Adjust the clock, please"; "correct the alignment of the front wheels" make correspondent or conformable; "Adjust your eyes to the darkness" decide how much is to be paid on an insurance claim
If you adjust your vision or if your vision adjusts, the muscles of your eye or the pupils alter to cope with changes in light or distance. He stopped to try to adjust his vision to the faint starlight We stood in the doorway until our eyes adjusted
To put in order; to regulate, or reduce to system
To make exact; to fit; to make correspondent or conformable; to bring into proper relations; as, to adjust a garment to the body, or things to a standard
alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard; "Adjust the clock, please"; "correct the alignment of the front wheels"
adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions; "We must adjust to the bad economic situation"
decide how much is to be paid on an insurance claim
adjust a tie
straighten a tie
adjustability
The state or condition of being adjustable
adjustable
capable of being adjusted
adjuster
One who adjusts, especially for the insurance industry's employment title "claims adjuster."
adjustment
The behavioural process of balancing conflicting needs, or needs against obstacles in the environment

When Jim graduated, he found adjustment to the working world difficult.

adjuster
{n} he or that which regulates
adjusting
{n} a regulation, a setting in order, a setting right, disposition, order
adjustment
{n} a regulation, a setting in order, a setting right, disposition, order
Adjustable
1) Having the ability to adapt to varying thickness 2) The ability to move the relative positions between mating components or products
Adjustable
adj (of an array) 1 expressly adjustable 2 actually adjustable @IGindex{after method}
Adjustable
adj (of an array) 1 expressly adjustable 2 actually adjustable
Adjustable
adj
Adjustable
capable of being changed so as to match or fit; "adjustable seat belts"
Adjustable
RATE MORTGAGE (ARM): A mortgage in which the interest rate is adjusted periodically according to a preselected index The terms, adjustment schedule and index to be used can vary based on the particular lender
Adjustable
The ability to adjust the Alert level, as in the Radalert 50 Scientists disagree on what constitutes a dangerous level of radiation, so an adjustable alert allows the user to make that determination for his or herself The optimal adjustment of the Alert level at the sensitive end is one that is low enough to sound off when the radiation detected exceeds a typical background level, accounting for the randomness of background radiation for any one minute, but not so low as to give false alerts
Adjuster
An adjuster is a person who settles claims   The FAIR Plan employs an Adjuster on staff for this purpose   When our Adjuster is unable to handle a claim, we will assign the claim to an Independent Adjuster   Independent Adjusters work for Insurers   A Public Adjuster is an individual hired by Insureds to represent them in handling their claim with the Insurer   Public Adjusters are normally paid a percentage of the final settlement amount, agreed to by both parties in advance   Public Adjusters usually require the Insured to sign a binding legal contract before beginning work on the Insured's behalf   As with all contracts, the Insured retains the right to cancel the contract within 72 hours of its creation   The right to cancel the contract, and the proper steps to do so are controlled by Minnesota law   Minnesota law also requires Independent and Public Adjusters to be licensed   The Minnesota Department of Commerce regulates Independent and Public Adjusters
Adjuster
A representative of the insurer who seeks to determine the extent of the firm's liability for loss when a claim is submitted Same as Claim Representative (G)
Adjuster
(Expert en sinistres ou Régleur) A person who investigates a loss and negotiates settlement with the claimant on the insurance company’s behalf Some adjusters are independent and some are employed by the insurance company
Adjuster
A person who investigates and settles losses for an insurance carrier
Adjuster
A representative of the insurer who seeks to determine the extent of the firm's liability for loss when a claim is submitted
Adjuster
A person who may act either on behalf of the insurance company or the insured in settling a claim Employee adjusters work for an insurer; independent adjusters represent the insurance company on a fee basis; and public adjusters represent the insured on a fee basis
Adjuster
  Individual qualified in performing estimates and appraisals This individual may be an insurance company representative or an individual who works for an independent appraisal company
Adjuster
  Individual qualified in performing estimates and appraisals This individual may be an insurance company representative or an individual who works for an independent appraisal company
Adjuster
A person who investigates and settles losses for an insurance carrier or the insured
Adjuster
Individual employed by a property/casualty insurance company to settle claims brought by insureds The adjuster evaluates each claim and then makes recommendations to the insurance company
Adjuster
- A person who investigates a loss and negotiates settlement with the claimant on the Company's behalf
Adjuster
A person employed by a property/casualty insurer to evaluate losses and settle claims
Adjuster
A representative of an insurance company who works along with the insured to investigate, negotiate and settle an insurance claim
Adjuster
- Person responsible for the adjudication of workers' compensation and disability claims
Adjuster
An individual who represents an insurer on investigations and dealings with respect to settlement of claims This may be a salaried employee of an insurer or one who operates as an independent adjuster
Adjuster
The person who evaluates the damage caused by an accident or other covered loss and determines the amount to be paid under the policy terms
Adjuster
General A representative of the insurer who seeks to determine the extent of the firm's liability for loss when a claim is submitted
Adjuster
A person employed by CGU who evaluates the merits of your claim and makes recommendations regarding settlement
Adjuster
A person employed by insurance or a reinsurance company to assess or investigate the validity and amount of a claim under an insurance or reinsurance policy
Adjuster
Person responsible for the adjudication of workers' compensation claims
Adjuster
An adjuster is a person who settles claims   The FAIR Plan employs an Adjuster on staff for this purpose   When our Adjuster is unable to handle a claim, we will assign the claim to an Independent Adjuster   Independent Adjusters work for Insurers   A Public Adjuster is an individual hired by Insureds to represent them in handling their claim with the Insurer   Public Adjusters are normally paid a percentage of the final settlement amount, agreed to by both parties in advance   Public Adjusters usually require the Insured to sign a binding legal contract before beginning work on the Insured's behalf   As with all contracts, the Insured retains the right to cancel the contract within 72 hours of its creation   The right to cancel the contract, and the proper steps to do so are controlled by Minnesota law   Minnesota law also requires Independent and Public Adjusters to be licensed   The Minnesota Department of Commerce regulates Independent and Public Adjusters
Adjuster
one who investigates insurance claims or claims for damages and recommends an effective settlement
Adjuster
One who investigates and tries to arrange settlements of claims
Adjuster
(Expert en sinistres ou Régleur) A person who investigates a loss and negotiates settlement with the claimant on the insurance company’s behalf Some adjusters are independent and some are employed by the insurance company
Adjuster
A person may act either on behalf of the insurance company or the insured in the settling a claim Independent adjusters represent the insurance company on a fee basis; public adjusters represent the insured on a fee basis
Adjuster
An individual representing the insurance company and acting for the company in working on agreements as to the amount of a loss and the liability of the company in same
Adjuster
An adjuster is the person who investigates and settles claims on behalf of the insurance company Back to Top
Adjustment
the act of making something different (as e g the size of a garment)
Adjustment
The reprocessing of a change to a previously settled claim A new claim record will be created as a result of the adjustment The original resolved claim will remain as it is on the file
Adjustment
(1) A payment and receipt application method used to modify an amount such as a minor write-off or outstanding freight charges and disputed taxes (2) The various amounts processed for each employee, such as pay, deductions, and benefits By definition, the adjustment amount either was not included in the taxable wage amount for the pay period, or is an amount that must be reported to the IRS even though it was previously included in the taxable wage In the first case, the employee is deemed responsible for the tax, so it must be added back to the taxable wage
Adjustment
adjustage
Adjustment
Chiropractic is performed by using the hands to gently "adjust" misaligned vertebrae back into their proper position Because chiropractors work on a variety of people from newborns to the elderly, gentleness is always a priority
Adjustment
An adjustment is initiated by the acquirer to correct a processing error The error could be a duplication of a transaction or the result of a cardholder dispute The acquirer debits or credits the merchant DDA account for the dollar amount of the adjustment
Adjustment
One of the six categories of payroll adjustments An adjustment adds earnings or amounts to an already-processed pay event It processes a manual check for an employee who (because of unreported hours, mis-entered hours, or excessive deduction amounts) was not given enough pay during the normal payroll cycle Note that 'adjustment' and 'payroll adjustment' are defined differently
Adjustment
That which occurs when a chiropractic thrust succeeds in removing the subluxation and associated nerve interference
Adjustment
Computing an expected value for an outcome variable by using statistical techniques that take the effects of key independent and/or exogenous variables into account (See also Baselining and Benchmarking )
Adjustment
A debit or credit Transaction initiated by an Acquirer, or Terminal Operator on behalf of an Acquirer to correct a system error or to correct an out-of-balance condition identified in the Settlement process
Adjustment
making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstances
Adjustment
Restoration of the misalignments of C1, the skull, spine, and pelvis to the vertical axis of the body (normal) and the establishment of equilibrium
Adjustment
entries made at the end of an accounting period to record previously unrecognized changes in assets, liabilities, revenue, and expenses
Adjustment
An Oracle Applications feature that allows you to increase or decrease the amount due of your invoice, debit memo, chargeback, deposit or guarantee Oracle Applications lets you create manual or automatic adjustments
Adjustment
changing the way a company or a country's economy functions by spending more than you were on one thing and less on another, promoting this, discouraging that, employing more here and firing there until the thing works better
Adjustment
(Appréciation matérielle des dégâts ou Constatation des dommages ou Évaluation des dommages) The process of arriving at an amount of settlement in a claim It may consist of a series of computations to arrive at the amount of a loss as for example, in an uncomplicated fire loss or it may involve discussions of liability, quantum and other such matters as might be the case in a problem liability claim It may contain both
Adjustment
A transaction that changes any information on a claim that has already been adjudicated
Adjustment
A specific treatment to the human body designed to improve the integrity of a joint In the Chiropractic profession there are over 60 separate and different ways to give an adjustment They can be categorized into 1) force, 2) minimum force and 3) non-force
Adjustment
A change in the benefit amount on a claim
Adjustment
Official action normally by either change in the internal economic policies to correct a payment imbalance or in the official currency rate or
Adjustment
Adjustments refer to any modifications, negative or positive, that may occur in a user's compensation for three reasons: reimbursement for items purchased, additional compensation for extra hours a user may have worked, or additional compensation in the form of bonuses or discounts (money) Adjustments can be entered in a user's timesheet for any time entry
Adjustment
Chiropractors are specially trained in restoring misaligned vertebrae to their proper position in the spinal column, thereby removing interference from the nervous system The procedure known as the chiropractic adjustment is the method used to restore that misalignment and to restore proper motion to the spine The adjustment is made by placing the hands on the spine and applying a specific force in a specific direction
Adjustment
Decrease or increase in the sales price of a comparable property to account for a feature that the property has or does not have in comparison with the subject property
Adjustment
Settling the amount due by an insurer in a marine insurance claim
Adjustment
In guidelines sentencing, a defendant's base offense level may be adjusted upward or downward The guidelines call for adjustments based on the status of the victim, the offender's role in the offense, the existence of multiple counts, the defendant's obstruction of justice, and the defendant's acceptance of responsibility for the criminal conduct at issue One or more adjustments may apply
Adjustment
The changing of part of your game to be more competitive on the particular lane and/or lane condition you are bowling This can mean an alignment change, equipment change, or even changes in your physical or mental game; some are subtle, others more pronounced If you are not able to adjust, you will not reach your potential If you fail to try to adjust, you are doomed to repeat your mistakes
Adjustment
the process of adapting to something (such as environmental conditions)
Adjustment
Process designed to remove inconsistencies in measured or computed quantities by applying derived corrections to compensate for random or accidental errors
Adjustment
an amount added or deducted on the basis of qualifying circumstances; "an allowance for profit"
Adjustment
the act of adjusting something to match a standard
adjustability
n (of an array) 1 expressed adjustability 2 actual adjustability
adjustability
n (of an array) 1 expressed adjustability 2 actual adjustability @IGindex{adjustable}
adjustability
{i} adaptability; capability of being adjusted
adjustable
capable of being regulated; "adjustable interest rates"
adjustable
capable of being changed so as to match or fit; "adjustable seat belts
adjustable
If something is adjustable, it can be changed to different positions or sizes. The bags have adjustable shoulder straps The seats are fully adjustable. fixed. something that is adjustable can be changed or moved slightly to make it suitable for different purposes
adjustable
capable of being regulated; "adjustable interest rates" capable of being changed so as to match or fit; "adjustable seat belts
adjusted
altered to accommodate to certain requirements or bring into a proper relation; "an adjusted insurance claim"; "the car runs more smoothly with the timing adjusted"
adjusted
past of adjust
adjusted
{s} suited, fitted; adapted, changed; regulated; settled (of an insurance claim)
adjusted
adjusted to demands of daily living; showing emotional stability (especially of garments) having the fit or style adjusted; "for my wedding I had my mother's wedding dress altered to fit me"
adjusted
having achieved a comfortable relationship with your environment
adjuster
An adjuster is a device which allows you to alter a piece of equipment's position or setting. a seat belt adjuster. see also loss adjustor
adjuster
One who, or that which, adjusts
adjuster
{i} person or thing that adjusts; person who investigates insurance claims
adjuster
One who adjusts, especially for the insurance industrys employment title "claims adjuster."
adjusting
{i} fitting, adapting; tuning, putting in working order; modifying, altering
adjusting
present participle of adjust
adjustment
An adjustment is a small change that is made to something such as a machine or a way of doing something. Compensation could be made by adjustments to taxation Investment is up by 5.7% after adjustment for inflation
adjustment
the act of adjusting something to match a standard making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstances
adjustment
The operation of bringing all the parts of an instrument, as a microscope or telescope, into their proper relative position for use; the condition of being thus adjusted; as, to get a good adjustment; to be in or out of adjustment
adjustment
An adjustment is a change in a person's behaviour or thinking. He will have to make major adjustments to his thinking if he is to survive in office
adjustment
{i} adjusting, adaptation; state of being adjusted; settlement of an insurance claim
adjustment
The act of adjusting, or condition of being adjusted; act of bringing into proper relations; regulation
adjustment
a small change; a minor correction; a modification
adjustment
Settlement of claims; an equitable arrangement of conflicting claims, as in set-off, contribution, exoneration, subrogation, and marshaling
adjusts
third person singular of adjust
adjust
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