When we recalibrate to make either one harder we always make the other easier.
The man toppled forward, and a surreal silence followed as though reality had to recalibrate.
They expect him to recalibrate, slightly, to be more happy warrior than culture warrior.
It didn't cause you to recalibrate the Mike Tyson in your mind.
Brody had to recalibrate when Akbari head faked in a public square and enlisted Abu Nazir's widow to vet him instead.
With Hillary Clinton waiting in the wings on the Democratic side, the Republicans need to recalibrate quickly.
Instead of running away from the asymmetries between Zionism and liberalism, J Street aims to recalibrate them.
She said she needed to “recalibrate a little bit and invest a little bit more in the family account for a while.”
The broader point is that we need, constantly, to recalibrate our bandwidth of stoicism.
to correct a measuring process by checking or adjusting again in comparison with a standard
The archaeologist recalibrated radiocarbon dates to adjust them to calendar years, using results gained from dendrochronology.
calibrate cal·i·brate (kāl'ə-brāt')
v. cal·i·brat·ed, cal·i·brat·ing, cal·i·brates
To check, adjust, or determine the graduations of a quantitative measuring instrument by comparison with a standard.
To determine the caliber of a tube.
To make corrections in or adjust a procedure or process.