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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of readapt.

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Examples

  • The ships were still there where they had originally been stationed and they were being newly outfitted and readapted because previously they had not offered the necessary comforts for human crews.

    Good Night, Mrs. Calabash

  • But, he readapted to the gravity environment of space in about three days.

    Do You See What I See? A Scientist's Journey Into 3-D

  • Then a technology has a strong base and is usually readapted for peacetime uses.

    The future of the internet. « The Paradigm Shift

  • But, he readapted to the gravity environment of space in about three days.

    Do You See What I See? A Scientist's Journey Into 3-D

  • This combined with a free-word association with Utnapishtim, the legendary Babylonian survivor of the World Flood, evokes a Sumerian name Utu-zi 'Life-breath of the sun' being readapted to Ut-napishtim napishtim = 'life, breath' but still written in script using the Sumerograms UD-ZI1.

    Odysseus, Uthuze and Utnapishtim

  • This combined with a free-word association with Utnapishtim, the legendary Babylonian survivor of the World Flood, evokes a Sumerian name Utu-zi 'Life-breath of the sun' being readapted to Ut-napishtim napishtim = 'life, breath' but still written in script using the Sumerograms UD-ZI1.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • JCR: Yes, I adapted myself to the role in The Perfect Storm by gaining 30 pounds, and I never quite readapted after I finished that movie!

    Buzzine » John C Reilly

  • So simple supposition was readapted to model reference to common concepts or intentions.

    John Buridan

  • Apparently, the Coastopia post is still getting around, albeit adapted and readapted ...

    I���ve been thinking. . .

  • And Patton had had dogs all his life, and he got some of his aides and friends over there to -- to scout out, and they found this bullterrier, which he had had another name, but he readapted him and called him Willie.

    Patton: A Genius for War

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