- 1Set or adjust (something) again: I readjusted the rear-view mirrorMore example sentences
- As she approached the wide set of doors that led to the hall she could see Erik nervously fidgeting with his uniform in a mirror, adjusting and readjusting his tunic.
- I was to be at my father's in two hours, but I was having such a hard time adjusting and readjusting my clothing to be right.
- After I had adjusted and readjusted the necklace and bracelet to perfection I noticed how the stones in both pieces perfectly matched my eyes.
- 1.1 [no object] Adjust or adapt to a changed environment or situation: (as adjective readjusted) she wondered if she could ever become readjusted to this sort of lifeMore example sentences
- In contrast, those patients that picked themselves up and put the incident behind them were found to have readjusted to life at a quicker rate.
- Stepping out into the glare of Belmore Road in the afternoon, it took a while before my eyes readjusted to the sunlight.
- The findings, published in the British Medical Journal, could also help identify those who are struggling to readjust to life after such a loss, the authors said.
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- With economic readjustments, reform of state enterprises and growing rural unrest, now is hardly the time to loosen the reins.
- This would require significant readjustments to our lifestyles, including a shift from private to public transport, and a major drive towards energy and resource conservation.
- Such large-scale fluctuations in prices are only due to the demand-supply readjustments and will definitely stabilise over a period of time.
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