Definition of 'readjust'
Example sentences containing 'readjust'
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And then readjust the whole circle when the new beloved arrives. AN OLDER WOMAN (1983)She crossed the floor several times to readjust a leg, reposition an arm, smooth out his shoulders. AN OLDER WOMAN (1983)
With an angry exclamation she stopped to readjust the shoulder strap which her punishing pace had caused to slip. PASSION AND ILLUSION (1983)
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Used Occasionally. readjust is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'readjust'
British English: readjust VERB
When you readjust to a new situation, usually one you have been in before, you adapt to it.
I can understand why astronauts find it difficult to readjust to life on Earth.
Definition of readjust from the Collins English Dictionary
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