NounAdaptation (countable and uncountable; plural Adaptations)
- (uncountable) The quality of being adapted; adaption; adjustment.
- (uncountable) Adjustment to extant conditions: as, adjustment of a sense organ to the intensity or quality of stimulation; modification of some thing or its parts that makes it more fit for existence under the conditions of its current environment.
- (countable) Something which has been adapted; variation.
Adjectives for Adaptation
judicious; exquisite; conscious; functional; deliberate; scenic; terrestrial; approximate; stereotyped; passive; studious; agile; unfulfilled; inexpensive; ingenious; errant.
about-face; absolute music; accommodation; accord; accordance; acquiescence; adaption; adjusting; adjustment; agreement; air varie; aleatory; aleatory music; alignment; alteration; amelioration; apostasy; arrangement; assimilation; attunement; bearings; betterment; biological evolution; break; chamber music; chamber orchestra; change; change of heart; changeableness; coaptation; compliance; composition; conditioning; conformance; conformation other-direction; conformity; congruity; consistency; constructive change; continuity; conventionality; conversion; coordination; correspondence; defection; degeneration; degenerative change; descant; deterioration; deviation; difference; discontinuity; disorientation; divergence; diversification; diversion; diversity; electronic music; enablement; equipment; etude; exercise; fit; fitting; flexibility; flip-flop; furnishing; genesis; gradual change; harmonization; harmony; horotely; improvement; incidental music; instrumental music; instrumentation; integration; intonation; invention; keeping; line; malleability; melioration; mitigation; modification; modifying; modulation; natural selection; nocturne; obedience; observance; ontogenesis; ontogeny; opus; orchestration; orientation; orthodoxy; overthrow; phrasing; phylogenesis; phylogeny; physiogenesis; physiogeny; piece; pliancy; preparation; production; program music; qualification; radical change; re-creation; realignment; reconcilement; reconciliation; redesign; reform; reformation; regulation; remaking; renewal; reshaping; resolution; restructuring; reversal; revival; revivification; revolution; ricercar; score; setting; shift; solution; sonata; sonatina; squaring; strictness; string orchestra; string quartet; study; sudden change; suiting; suspension; switch; synchronization; tachytely; theme and variations; timing; tone painting; total change; traditionalism; transcription; transition; trio; tuning; turn; turnabout; uniformity; upheaval; variation; variety; violent change; work; worsening
Adaptation f. (plural Adaptations)