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sopeutuvuus {noun}ability to adapt
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Translation for 'ability to adapt' from English to Finnish

ability to adapt
sopeutuvuus {noun}
Usage Examples English
  • During the campaign, Riedesel showed an ability to adapt to combat in the American wilderness.
  • The species' IUCN status was changed in the summer of 2022 from the Least Concern classification in 2020 as a result of declining population resulting from hunting and troublesome interactions with humans, despite its wide range and ability to adapt to different habitats.
  • During a TV interview, he credited his love of the European classic composers along with his ability to adapt American folk music styles to creating grand American theme music.
  • Jawed vertebrates, including humans, have even more sophisticated defense mechanisms, including the ability to adapt to recognize pathogens more efficiently.
  • In addition, crisis committees, which deal with crisis scenarios which can be contemporary or historical, can develop leadership skills, and the ability to adapt and deal with unexpected situations.
  • He is often praised for his ability to adapt to the needs of his body and yet keep scoring consistently.
  • The ability to adapt to cold temperatures at the edge of the sunfish range varies widely within the family.
  • In contrast, other studies have emphasized these parties’ ability to adapt their policies to changing times and circumstances.
  • While more costly than stainless steel, the self expanding properties of Nitinol alloys manufactured to BTR (Body Temperature Response), have provided an attractive alternative to balloon expandable devices in stent grafts where it gives the ability to adapt to the shape of certain blood vessels when exposed to body temperature.
  • Chenin's natural acidity and ability to adapt to wines of varying degrees of sweetness made it an ideal blending partner with Colombard and Chardonnay in mass-produced blends.
  • This rendered him controllable, but given his ability to adapt, this may not be permanent – it is unknown if he must first die and resurrect in order to gain immunity to something.
  • In spite of the Sri Lanka blue magpie's ability to adapt to the presence of humans, it is classified as vulnerable to extinction due to the fragmentation and destruction of its habitat of dense primary forest in the wet zone of southern Sri Lanka.
  • Equipped with the ability to adapt to arbitrary shapes without any external control, pioneering roboticist George Bekey co-created the world’s first five-fingered robot in 1977—the first able to give a true handshake.
  • In fact, he was in many ways a political sociologist, and recognized that the degree of centralized and consolidated authority in a given polity could make or break its ability to adapt.
  • The fast-moving nature of the revolution far outpaced Roman Catholicism's ability to adapt or come to any terms with the revolutionaries.
  • A 1997 article in Harvard Business Review praised Stora's ability to adapt to changing circumstances over the centuries.
  • His remarkable ability to adapt to the wishes of three different monarchs was considered a fault rather than a virtue: as Burnet observed "he came by this to lose so much that even those who esteemed his parts depended little on his probity".
  • This was when Allen came to believe that systems may be created and contain intelligence and have the ability to adapt.
  • Hamilton has also been praised for his ability to adapt to variances in the car set-up and changing track conditions; throughout his career, he has typically used less fuel than his teammates as a result of his ability to carry momentum through corners despite instability in the car.
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