adapt ; in line with ; coincidence ; to handle ; accord with ; agreement ; to come up to the standards of ; be in line with ; to correspond with ; correspond to ; to accord with ; tally with ; to agree with ; to conform to ; conform ; to manage ; qualification ; be in keeping with ; in accordance with ; conform to ; in keeping with ; fit ; tallying with ; matching
Sources: 英汉公共大词典; Law Dictionary
Man has a great capacity to adapt to environmental changes.
He has the problem of adapting to a new way of life.
You have to adapt to circumstances.
But CNN has learned that, due to her husband's guidance, Kate feels she has already adapted to her new life.
We hear so much these days about the plasticity of the human brain - its ability to adapt to changing demands and circumstances.
In his earlier work, he playfully adapted the vernacular of Chinese folk painting to approach absurdist political and historical themes.
The device is a small white brick —just a little bigger than a regular AC adapter —that can fit just about anywhere.
These power increases mean faster charging of USB devices, and more USB peripherals that can be run without an AC power adapter.
In order to improve their adaptability, the county ?level sales companies should try to acclimatize themselves to the environment and meet the demand for their development.
It may take them time to acclimatize and adapt, and local food might not suit their tastes.