ADAPT

ADAPT is a grassroots United States disability rights organization with chapters in 30 states. It is known for being part of the militant wing of the disability rights movement due to its history of nonviolent direct action in order to bring attention to the lack of civil rights the disability community has. However, ADAPT also practices legislati...
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Adapt

• (a.) Fitted; suited. • (v. t.) 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.
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adapt

verb make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose; `Adapt our native cuisine to the available food resources of the new country`
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Adapt

A·dapt' adjective Fitted; suited. [ Obsolete] Swift.
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Adapt

A·dapt' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Adapted ; present participle & verbal noun Adapting .] [ Latin adaptare ; ad + aptare to fit; confer French adapter . See Apt , Adept .] ...
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adapt

adapt From Latin adaptare, 'adjust' from ad-, 'to' plus aptare, 'join' from aptus, 'fitted'. Meaning 'to undergo modification so as to fit new circumstances'.
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adapt

Adaptive
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Adapt

to make suitable, conform; History
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Adapt

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 diseas...
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Adapt

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 diseas...
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adapt

[v] - make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose
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