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They adapt themselves to the change quickly.
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Sentence #305850

eng
They adapted themselves to the change quickly.
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ara
تأقلموا مع التغيير بسرعة.
ara
تأقلمن مع التغيير بسرعة.
ara
تأقلما مع التغيير بسرعة.
ber
Dindin kan nnumen abeddel-nni.
deu
Sie haben sich schnell an die Veränderung angepasst.
epo
Ili rapide adaptiĝis al la ŝanĝoj.
fra
Ils s'adaptèrent rapidement au changement.
heb
הם הסתגלו במהירות לשינוי.
ita
Si sono adattati rapidamente al cambiamento.
ita
Loro si sono adattati rapidamente al cambiamento.
ita
Si sono adattate rapidamente al cambiamento.
ita
Loro si sono adattate rapidamente al cambiamento.
ita
Si adattarono rapidamente al cambiamento.
ita
Loro si adattarono rapidamente al cambiamento.
jpn
彼らはその変化に素早く順応した。
(かれ)ら は その 変化(へんか)素早(すばや)順応(じゅんのう) した 。
rus
Они быстро приспособились к переменам.
spa
Se adaptaron rápidamente al cambio.
cmn
他们很快适应了变化。
他們很快適應了變化。
tāmen hěn kuài shìyìng le biànhuà 。
heb
הן הסתגלו במהירות לשינוי.
heb
שניהם הסתגלו במהירות לשינוי.
por
Adaptaram-se rapidamente à mudança.
tur
Değişimler çabuk adapte oldular.

Comments

MUIRIEL
Sep 1st 2010, 22:45
yes, French is past tense too.
qdii
Nov 12th 2010, 23:49
I'd personally say "They adapated to the change quickly", leaving out the word "themselves".

Could a native confirm that I'm right on this point ?
Eldad
Nov 12th 2010, 23:57
I believe both are ok in English and have the same meaning (I'm not a native speaker, though).