Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Adjust"

The meaning of "Adjust" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm adjusting well mean?
A: It means your used to it and doing well. Example: I'm adjusting well in my new school. (You are comfortable and don't have problems or issues.)
Q: What does adjusting mean?
A: to slightly alter till you are happy or comfortable with the results. "I have to adjust my seat belt."
Q: What does To adjust oneself mean?
A: With clothing you get "adjusting" two phrases... adjusting [clothes] and adjusting [oneself].

Adjusting the clothes is obvious, it means making them look right after they have been put on.

Adjusting oneself normally means making parts of the body more comfortable inside the clothes.

If you see what I mean. : )

Example sentences using "Adjust"

Q: Please show me example sentences with adjust.
A: When I get in my wife's car I have to adjust the mirror.
It's so hot here! I'm still adjusting to the climate.
It takes time to adjust to life in a big city.
We had to adjust our plans for today because of the weather.
Q: Please show me example sentences with adjust.
A: "The two year old had to adjust to life with a baby sister."

"After sitting so long, I had to adjust my skirt why I got up."

"She adjusted to life in the US after moving from Japan."

I hope these help!
Q: Please show me example sentences with adjust.
A: I moved to Alaska 2 months ago. I'm still trying to adjust to the weather.
Q: Please show me example sentences with adjust.
A: I have to adjust the recipe to feed more people.

These glasses really adjust my eyesight.

I am really adjusting to my new home.

Synonyms of "Adjust" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between adjust and set ?
A: Set: the initial placement
“Set the volume to 60”

Adjust: change the placement
“Adjust the volume from 60 to 55”
Q: What is the difference between adjust and switch ?
A: adjust = moving something slightly to move it back into place
switch = taking something out and replacing it with something new
Q: What is the difference between adjust and adapt ?
A: I think 'adjust' is more active, you make changes within you to fit the situation or to fit something in something. 'Adapt' sounds like it would happen naturally.

If you're adjusting to a new culture, you actively try to understand their tradition and language, but when you say you're adapting to a new culture, it happens because you've been there for a while and you started to get used to the differences without any actions.

hope that helped! :))
Q: What is the difference between adjust and modulate ?
A: to adjust and to modify are the same thing
Q: What is the difference between adjust and accustom ?
A: Accustom-To familiarize, as by constant practice, use, or habit
Ex.: I have accustomed myself to working long hours.
Adjust-alter or move (something) slightly in order to achieve the desired fit, appearance, or result.
Ex.:He combed his hair and adjusted his tie.
Less formally, USED TO is said instead of ACCUSTOMED TO.

Hope it helped! ^_^

Translations of "Adjust"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 例
「あけおめ」は、「明けましておめでとう」を短縮した(縮めた)言葉だよ。

pressとかshortenとかomitとかかなと思うんですが、adjustする単語はありますか?

言葉を短縮した(縮めた)の「短縮する、縮める」
A: あけおめ is the abbreviation for 明けましておめでとう.
あけおめ is the shortened form for 明けましておめでとう.
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Q: I'm good at adjust jetlagged Does this sound natural?
A: I'm good at adjusting to jetlag. ^^

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