conform conform  /kən ˈfɔrm/


  1. (v) be similar, be in line with
  2. (v) adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions


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  1. Apple’s new Mac Pro: Is this the workstation we’ve all been waiting for?

    Apple's new Mac Pro is breathtakingly different -- but that doesn't make it a great design. If your current setup doesn't conform to certain standards, moving to a new Mac Pro is going to be a considerable headache.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: ExtremeTech

  2. New Insulation Testers Safety Rated To CAT IV 600 V

    Megger (Norristown, Pa.) is now offering a new series of insulation and continuity testers that conform to IEC1010-1 standards and are rated to CAT IV 600 V, which provides greater user safety when testing in higher voltage environments.
    on June 12, 2013     Source:

  3. Apple revamps look of iPhone, iPad software

    Apple is redesigning all its applications and icons to conform to the new look, driven by long-time hardware design guru Jony Ive.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Long Island Business News


  1. "In our opinion," Ignatieff said, "what matters is maintaining universality of access to the system. We believe, and it's a question of details, that Quebec's propositions conform to the Canada Health Act."
    on Apr 2, 2010 By: Michael Ignatieff Source: Cornwall Free News (blog)

  2. At the time, Romney said the trust manager would "endeavor to make my investments conform to my positions."
    on Dec 28, 2007 By: Mitt Romney Source: USA Today

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