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adaptability

[ uh-dap-tuh-bil-i-tee ]
/ əˌdæp təˈbɪl ɪ ti /
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noun

the ability to adjust to different conditions or circumstances:Educational institutions are switching to the new software because of its flexibility, adaptability, and ease of use.Critical thinking skills and emotional and intellectual adaptability are essential characteristics of an educated citizenry.

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Rarely a·dapt·a·ble·ness [uh-dap-tuh-buhl-nis] /əˈdæp tə bəl nɪs/ .

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