Meaning of READJUST in English

re ‧ ad ‧ just AC /ˌriːəˈdʒʌst/ BrE AmE verb

1 . [intransitive] to get used to a new situation, job, or way of life:

It takes time to readjust after a divorce.

readjust to

Former soldiers often struggle to readjust to life outside the army.

2 . [transitive] to make a small change to something or to its position:

He readjusted his glasses.

We may need to readjust these figures slightly.

—readjustment noun [uncountable and countable]

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