Definition of Adaptation:

  1. The action or process of adapting or being adapted.

  2. Modification of a concept or object to make it applicable in situations different from originally anticipated.

  3. Edited or revised version of a work aimed at serving a specific need.

Synonyms of Adaptation

Converting, Conversion, Alteration, Modification, Adjustment, Changing, Transformation, Nachtmusik, 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

How to use Adaptation in a sentence?

  1. My entire life is based on the notion of adaptation , I try many many things in my life and fail but I dont give up and change my direction if necessary.
  2. Since the play was over 50 years old, I decided to create a brand new adaptation in which the characters live in a modern society.
  3. The adaptation of teaching strategy to meet students needs.
  4. If a company is incapable of adaptation , they are unlikely to survive in todays rapidly changing business environment in which market forces can change monthly or even weekly.

Meaning of Adaptation & Adaptation Definition