名词:readjuster 动词过去式:readjusted 过去分词:readjusted 现在分词:readjusting 第三人称单数:readjusts
1 [I, Ipr, Tn, Tn.pr no passive 不用于被动语态] ~ (oneself) (to sth) adapt (oneself) again 使（自己）重新适应
*It's hard to readjust (oneself) to life in Britain after working abroad. 在国外工作之後, 很难重新适应英国的生活.
* You need time to readjust (to living alone). 你需要些时间才能重新习惯（过单身生活）.
2 [Tn] set or adjust (sth) again 重新安排或调整（某事物）
*readjust the engine tuning, TV set, lighting 调节发动机、电视机、灯光.
to get used to a new situation, job, or way of life
It takes time to readjust after a divorce.
Former soldiers often struggle to readjust to life outside the army.
to make a small change to something or to its position
He readjusted his glasses.
We may need to readjust these figures slightly.
>readjustmentn [U and C]