Sources: Law Dictionary; 英汉公共大词典
Our eyes take time to adjust to the darkness.
Our eyes take time to adjust to the dark.
Japanese children brought up overseas sometimes face great difficulty in adjusting themselves to Japanese schools after returning, even though they have a perfect command of Japanese.
The body quickly adjusts itself to changes in temperature.
I'm just wondering how you are getting on and if you have adjusted to the new environment.
The stereotypic Abolitionist, Robber Baron, Progressive Reformer, New Dealer is as good a place as any to begin understanding the past, but each of these inherited images needs critical adjusting.
You specify an absolute priority (and not an adjustment) for the process or processes to be changed as shown in Listing 10.
I think absolutism is a sign of closed mindedness and that any intelligent person should always be adjusting their views slightly in light of new evidence and changing times.
As it can't acclimatize the need of productive adjusted load, the cycle flow dissolved boiler has been reformed to chain furnace.
You could also sample the number of transactions per second and adjust this parameter to accommodate the peak number of transactions per second (or some large percentage of it).