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adj. abbreviation of "adjective," in grammar, a word that modifies a noun or noun equivalent.
adjacent near or next to; adjoining.
adjacent angles two angles that have a common vertex and one common side.
adjectival of, relating to, or functioning as an adjective.
adjective in grammar, a word that modifies a noun or noun equivalent. [2 definitions]
adjoin to be next to; abut. [2 definitions]
adjoining touching at some line or point; having a common wall, border, or the like; contiguous.
adjourn to end or temporarily discontinue the proceedings of (a meeting or the like). [3 definitions]
adjournment the act of adjourning, or the condition of being adjourned. [2 definitions]
adjudge to declare or determine formally or judicially. [3 definitions]
adjudicate to settle by a judge or judges or in a judicial procedure. [2 definitions]
adjunct something joined to another thing but not an integral part of it; supplement; accessory. [4 definitions]
adjure to command or bind as by oath. [2 definitions]
adjust to bring to a more fitting or more correct state, relationship, position, or the like. [5 definitions]
adjustable combined form of adjust.
adjustment the act or process of adjusting. [3 definitions]
adjutant a military officer who assists a commanding officer in administrative affairs. [2 definitions]
adjutant general a staff officer who serves as chief administrative assistant to the commanding officer of an army corps or division. [3 definitions]
ad lib without preparation; in a spontaneous or improvised manner; ad libitum.
ad-lib to make up or do without preparation; improvise (something spoken, sung, or played). [3 definitions]
ad libitum at one's pleasure (used as a musical direction to indicate that a section so marked may be varied, improvised upon, or omitted, as the performer wishes, or as a stage direction to indicate that the performer may improvise).