(change so as to) make right or suitable
"Adjust the clock, please"
"correct the alignment of the front wheels"
"align the car with the curb"
"align the sheets of paper on the table"
"We must adjust to the bad economic situation"
"Adjust your eyes to the darkness"
They have adjusted the means to that end.
The..rug was adjusted so that his bare feet would strike it.
出自： S. Lewis
The individual..can adjust himself..to the ethical standards of his society.
出自： J. S. Huxley
I soon adjusted to my new work.
Mr. Brown has some difficulty in adjusting to the new climate.
布朗先生不大容易适应新的气候。 adjust oneself/sth to sb/sth
He soon adjusted himself to the new life.
Animals adjust themselves to their environment.
You can adjust the belt to the size that you want.
I have to adjust my expenditure to my income.
He adjusted the telescope to his eyes.
It is difficult to adjust one's habits to someone else.
These desks and seats can be adjusted to the height of any child.
He had become better adjusted to the rolling of the ship.
He adjusts (himself) to circumstances readily.