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adaptation the act or process of changing or adjusting something to fit in a new role or context. [1/4 definitions]
adjust to bring to a better state or position; make fit. [2/3 definitions]
agree to be right for; fit. [1/5 definitions]
anatomy the parts of a living thing and how they fit together. [1/2 definitions]
answer to fit; agree with or match (usually followed by "to"). [1/7 definitions]
arrange to change so as to fit a particular type of musical performance. [1/3 definitions]
arrangement a piece of music that has been changed to fit a particular type of performance. [1/5 definitions]
become to be correct for; fit or suit. [1/3 definitions]
belong to be accepted as part of a group; fit in. [1/4 definitions]
bridle to fit a bridle onto. [1/3 definitions]
childish typical of or fit for a child. [1/2 definitions]
clasp a device with two parts that fit together, used to fasten something. [1/4 definitions]
click (informal) to fit together well in friendship; agree. [1/7 definitions]
condemn to declare not safe or fit for use. [1/3 definitions]
condition a state of health or of being fit for use. [2/7 definitions]
convulsion a fit of shaking from laughter or fear. [1/2 definitions]
cork to fit or seal with a cork. [1/4 definitions]
cultivate to make fit for growing plants by plowing, weeding, or adding fertilizer. [1/3 definitions]
digest a collection of stories, news articles, or other written works. The items in a digest are often shortened so that more of them can fit in one book or magazine. [1/3 definitions]
disqualify to make not fit or qualified.
form the state of being fit in body or mind for sports or other activities. [1/8 definitions]