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  • ADAPT — is a grassroots disability rights organization with chapters in 30 states. It is known for being part of the radical wing of the disability rights movement due to its history of nonviolent direct action in order to bring attention to disability… …   Wikipedia

  • adapt — (v.) early 15c. (implied in adapted) to fit (something, for some purpose), from M.Fr. adapter (14c.), from L. adaptare adjust, from ad to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + aptare join, from aptus fitted (see APT (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • adapt / adept / adopt —    Adapt means to adjust : Minnie Miles quickly adapted to working 20 miles away from home.    Adept means skilled : Lucille is adept at speaking languages.    Adopt means to accept as your own : It was difficult to adopt only one puppy from the… …   Confused words

  • From the beginnings to Avicenna — Jean Jolivet INTRODUCTION Arabic philosophy began at the turn of the second and third centuries of the Hegira, roughly the ninth and tenth centuries AD. The place and the time are important. It was in 133/750 that the ‘Abbāssid dynasty came to… …   History of philosophy

  • adapt — ► VERB 1) make suitable for a new use or purpose. 2) become adjusted to new conditions. DERIVATIVES adaptive adjective. ORIGIN Latin adaptare, from aptus fit …   English terms dictionary

  • adapt — v. 1) (D; tr.) to adapt for; from (to adapt a novel for the stage; to adapt a film from a novel) 2) (D; intr., refl., tr.) to adapt to (we adapted quickly to life in Paris; she had to adapt herself to local conditions) * * * [ə dæpt] from (to… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • adapt — 01. It has taken my family a long time to [adapt] to the cold of Alaska. 02. Animals that live in the desert have evolved wonderful systems of [adaptation] to this severe environment. 03. People in this generation need to be able to [adapt] to… …   Grammatical examples in English

  • adapt — a|dapt W3 [əˈdæpt] v [Date: 1400 1500; : French; Origin: adapter, from Latin adaptare, from ad to + aptare to make fit , from aptus; APT] 1.) [I and T] to gradually change your behaviour and attitudes in order to be successful in a new situation… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • adapt */*/ — UK [əˈdæpt] / US verb Word forms adapt : present tense I/you/we/they adapt he/she/it adapts present participle adapting past tense adapted past participle adapted 1) a) [intransitive] to change your ideas or behaviour so that you can deal with a… …   English dictionary

  • adapt — verb 1 change your way of behaving ADVERB ▪ successfully, well ▪ The children have adapted well to the heat. ▪ quickly ▪ easily, readily …   Collocations dictionary

  • adapt — a|dapt [ ə dæpt ] verb ** intransitive to change your ideas or behavior so that you can deal with a new situation: The company was accused of being slow to adapt. adapt to: Most students have little difficulty adapting to college life. a.… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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