Reverse Word Search Lookup

Comprehensive
Dictionary Suite
Help
Help
Help
 
alignment the state of being in proper adjustment for efficient coordinated function. [1/4 definitions]
COLA an adjustment in wages or payments, or an automatic schedule of such adjustments, based on changes in the cost of living (acronym for "cost of living adjustment").
escalator clause a clause in a contract that provides for adjustment in prices, wages, and the like, based on changes in production costs, the cost of living, or the like.
focus an adjustment on an optical device that will sharpen the image viewed. [1/8 definitions]
indexation the automatic adjustment of wages, prices, interest rates, or other economic factors to a cost-of-living index.
maladjustment faulty or unsatisfactory adjustment. [1/2 definitions]
overadjustment combined form of adjustment.
overcompensate to make an adjustment beyond what is required. [1/3 definitions]
readjustment combined form of adjustment.
rectify to make a perfect adjustment or calibration of (something). [1/4 definitions]
redress a correction or adjustment. [1/4 definitions]
regulator a device used for self-adjustment of a machine. [1/2 definitions]
tune the adjustment of an electronic device to receive signals clearly at a given frequency. [1/11 definitions]
tune-up a general adjustment to put all parts, as of an engine, in good working order. [1/2 definitions]
tweak to make a small adjustment or adjustments to; fine-tune. [2/4 definitions]
uncompromising not admitting of adjustment or change; inflexible; undeviating. [1/2 definitions]
windage the influence, or amount of influence, of wind on the course of a projectile, or an adjustment in aiming to counteract this influence. [1/3 definitions]