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The example sentences of ADOPT in videos (15 in total of 853)

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Use "adopt" in a sentence | "adopt" example sentences

How to use "adopt" in a sentence?

  • Adopt a new philosophy of cooperation (win-win) in which everybody wins.
    -W. Edwards Deming-
  • A tree growing out of the ground is as wonderful today as it ever was. It does not need to adopt new and startling methods.
    -Robert Henri-
  • Christianity is the only true and perfect religion; and... in proportion as mankind adopt its principles and obey its precepts, they will be wise and happy.
    -Benjamin Rush-
  • Success is about creating benefit for all and enjoying the process. If you focus on this & adopt this definition, success is yours.
    -Kelly Kim-
  • People must not be forced to adopt me as their favourite author, even for their own good.
    -George Bernard Shaw-
  • In order to be happy, human beings must feel they are continuing to grow. Clearly, we must adopt the concept of continuous improvement as a daily principle.
    -Tony Robbins-
  • I really want to adopt a child... I want to be called 'Mom.' It really is the most beautiful word in the English language.
    -Patti Stanger-
  • Bob Altman had this relaxed but serious attitude. Everybody loved him. I wanted him to adopt me.
    -Steve Buscemi-

Definition and meaning of ADOPT

What does "adopt mean?"

/əˈdäpt/

adopt

verb
To take on responsibility for something.

What are synonyms of "adopt"?
Some common synonyms of "adopt" are:
  • embrace,
  • acquire,
  • affect,
  • espouse,
  • assume,
  • appropriate,
  • arrogate,
  • approve,
  • endorse,
  • accept,
  • ratify,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/əmˈbrās/

embrace
noun verb

Act of holding someone closely. To hold closely; cuddle, kiss or hug.

/əˈkwī(ə)r/

acquire
verb

To get or earn something by thinking or working.

/əˈfekt/

affect
verb

have effect on.

/iˈspouz/

espouse
verb

adopt or support.

/əˈso͞om/

assume
verb

To take a job or the responsibilities of another.

appropriate
adjective verb

suitable or proper in circumstances. To take (money or goods) without permission.

/ˈerəˌɡāt/

arrogate
verb

take or claim without justification.

/əˈpro͞ov/

approve
verb

To have a positive opinion of someone or something.

/inˈdôrs/

endorse
verb

declare support for.

/əkˈsept/

accept
verb

To admit that something is true or correct.

/ˈradəˌfī/

ratify
verb

sign or give formal consent to treaty.

What are antonyms of "adopt"?
Some common antonyms of "adopt" are:
  • abandon,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/əˈbandən/

abandon
noun verb

lack of inhibition. To withdraw your support, or leave someone.