In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1adaptarthe seat can be adapted to fit any car — el asiento se adapta a cualquier modelo de coche
- to adapt a novel/play for television — adaptar una novela/obra para la televisión
- we adapt our methods to the students' needs — adaptamos nuestros métodos a las necesidades de los alumnos
- to adapt oneself — amoldarse
- We will make these available in a format that you can download, so you can modify or adapt them as needed.
- Indeed, the procedures and trappings of the hunt were adapted for military purposes.
- Individual countries can no longer adapt monetary policy to suit their particular economic situation.
- The building's original gymnasium space and kitchens were adapted for Church use.
- Computer manufacturers routinely gave machines to schools at a discount or without cost, but adapting them to educational purposes proved difficult.
- The long claws, strong leg and shoulder muscles of these bears are well adapted for digging dens and food.
- We use a unique approach to training, adapting our delivery to suit individual groups.
- The minibuses are specially adapted for wheelchair users and the timescale to obtain a replacement is four to six months.
- In the current investigation, a number of existing measures were adapted for use.
- She then adapts the design to suit the individual.
- In modern Africa large oil drums are often adapted for the purpose.
- The first pair were adapted for feeding, the next four were walking legs, and the most posterior pair formed large swimming paddles.
- Birds use them for flight, and they are exquisitely adapted for flight in their subtlest details.
- After several years of tests, they are now modifying and adapting the system to their individual enterprises.
- Before the internal combustion engine was adapted for use in fishing boats, human strength was the only means of conquering the seas.
- An existing in-house induction programme was adapted for the company's overseas staff.
- But, for a historian, he seems incredibly obtuse about the process of historical change, particularly the way each culture adapts ideas to suit its own purposes.
- I also reserve the right to modify and adapt elements of the winning design both now and in the future.
- Many of them flourish in a broad range of habitats, and nearly all of them are adapted for wide dispersal.
- The ability to adapt organisational culture to suit individual needs takes many shapes and forms.
1adaptarseto adapt to sth/ -ing — adaptarse a algo/+ inf
- she can't adapt to living alone — no puede adaptarse a vivir sola
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