Definition of adaption in English:

adaption

Line breaks: adap|tion
Pronunciation: /əˈdapʃn
 
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noun

Another term for adaptation.
More example sentences
  • Serious doubts about arrangements for the adaption of Skipton's Navigation House for people with learning disabilities were voiced last Thursday.
  • And although I'm pragmatic enough to realise that the books I like and their cinematic adaptions rarely compare favourably, I find myself eagerly anticipating this particular release.
  • Doyle's screenplays for the film adaptions of his Barrytown Trilogy novels (The Commitments, The Snapper, and The Van) were brilliant.

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