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readjust (v.)

also re-adjust, 1742, "settle again, put in order again," from re- "back, again" + adjust. Later "adjust in a new way, make a new adjustment" (19c.). OED compares Medieval Latin readjustare. Related: Readjusted; readjusting; readjustment.

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Definitions of readjust from WordNet

readjust (v.)
adjust anew;
After moving back to America, he had to readjust
Synonyms: readapt
readjust (v.)
adjust again after an initial failure;
Synonyms: reset
From wordnet.princeton.edu