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- v. To adapt again; to adapt for a new purpose
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- v. adapt anew
- v. adjust anew
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One wonders at the end of the novel how Jim will readapt to life in the West, after his return to England.
Ms. Frederic says by sending some of the children to camp in New York, "they can start a new life and help readapt them to a new reality."
GROSS: Did you immediately see implications for your vision when your husband had to learn how to adapt to space and then readapt to Earth?
Indeed, you could adapt and readapt this recipe all year long according to whatever is in season.
So, particularly for the long duration folks, it's very important to maintain your muscles in good tone and to help you readapt when you get back on planet Earth.
So it's a constant thing of trying to adapt and readapt out there.
Within a matter of a few days, they can readapt to a new environment.
I project myself, I readapt myself, I choose again and again, I make promises in the name of you, I live up to them.
These are people, the insurgents, who adapt and readapt to every -- everything so far that the U.S. has been able to put in front of them.
Could you give us some examples of what it's like to readapt after a long period of weightlessness?
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