Definition of 'adjustable'
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This has adjustable settings to suit both. The Sun (2013)The case and adjustable strap are made from marine quality stainless steel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It looks nice and has adjustable straps so easy to adjust for perfect fit. The Sun (2016)It has an adjustable shoulder strap and two carry handles. The Sun (2011)And there is an an adjustable chest strap. The Sun (2012)An adjustable nose piece and adjustable straps are also important. The Sun (2013)The riding position is relaxed with an adjustable seat height that means you can get the stretch you want. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The body of the bag zips up safely and the adjustable shoulder strap allows the bag to fit snugly against the body. Times, Sunday Times (2008)One large full-length and a fully adjustable angled mirror on the wall. The Sun (2007)The body of the bag zips up safely, and the shoulder strap is adjustable. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The adjustable straps on the top make the fit really secure, too. The Sun (2015)It has a leather interior, sat nav and electrically adjustable front seats. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Because the driving position is a bit of a compromise, a fully adjustable steering column is a must. Times, Sunday Times (2006)By law, office chairs should meet minimum standards and have five legs in star shape with an adjustable seat back. Times, Sunday Times (2007)For your comfort, the steering wheel column and driver's seat are fully adjustable. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It has a multitude of useful pockets, including secure zip pockets, and an adjustable shoulder strap. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Select the precise sort of sound you want from the hi-fi, snuggle into the infinitely adjustable seat. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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British English: adjustable /əˈdʒʌstəbl/ ADJECTIVE
If something is adjustable, it can be changed to different positions or sizes.
The bags have adjustable shoulder straps.
- American English: adjustable
- Arabic: قَابِلٌ لِلتَعْدِيل
- Brazilian Portuguese: ajustável
- Chinese: 可调节的
- Croatian: prilagodljiv
- Czech: nastavitelný
- Danish: justerbar
- Dutch: aanpasbaar
- European Spanish: ajustable
- Finnish: säädettävä
- French: ajustable
- German: verstellbar
- Greek: προσαρμόσιμος
- Italian: regolabile
- Japanese: 調整できる
- Korean: 조정할 수 있는
- Norwegian: justerbar
- Polish: regulowany
- European Portuguese: ajustável
- Romanian: reglabil
- Russian: регулируемый
- Spanish: ajustable
- Swedish: reglerbar
- Thai: ปรับตัวได้
- Turkish: ayarlanabilir
- Ukrainian: регульований
- Vietnamese: điều chỉnh được
Definition of adjustable from the Collins English Dictionary
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