Definition of '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)
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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.
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