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17. acumen → adapt

acumen → adaptacumen → adapt

 acumen (the ability to make correct judgments and quick decisions): He has great business acumen and expertise in technical matters.

acute (serious or severe): The water shortage is more acute than first thought.

acute (very good and accurate): Daniel still has very acute vision, though he is over ninety years old.

acutely (severely, extremely): Her eyes are acutely sensitive to light.

acutely (completely, fully): He was acutely aware that the company was losing money.

adamant (determined not to change one’s mind): I tried hard to persuade him but he was adamant.

adapt (modify, adjust, change): I have to adapt my plans to fit your schedule.

adapt (become familiar, get used to): We’ll adapt quickly to the new system.

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