conforming, present participle; conformed, past tense; conforms, 3rd person singular present; conformed, past participle;
Comply with rules, standards, or laws
the kitchen does not conform to hygiene regulations
the changes were introduced to conform with international classifications
(of a person) Behave according to socially acceptable conventions or standards
the pressure to conform
Be similar in form or type; agree
the countryside should conform to a certain idea of the picturesque
be similar, be in line with
adjust: adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions; "We must adjust to the bad economic situation"
(conformity) correspondence in form or appearance
(conformity) acting according to certain accepted standards; "their financial statements are in conformity with generally accepted accounting practices"
(conformity) orthodoxy in thoughts and belief
(conformity) accord: concurrence of opinion; "we are in accord with your proposal"
Conformity is the process by which an individual's attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors are conditioned by what is conceived to be what other people might perceive. ...
To act in accordance with expectations; to behave in the manner of others, especially as a result of social pressure; To be in accordance with a set of specifications or regulations, or with a policy or guideline; To make similar in form or nature; to make suitable for a purpose; to adapt
(conformity) State of things being similar, or identical; A point of resemblance; a similarity; The ideology of adhering to one standard or social uniformity
(1. Conformed) Fashioned like unto. As we walk with God and keep our faith in what Jesus accomplished for us on the Cross, the Holy Spirit fashions or molds us to look more like Jesus.
(Conformity) The fulfillment of a requirement.
(conformity) Tendency for people to match their behavior to that of other members of a group
(Conformity) The process in which transportation plans and spending programs are reviewed to ensure they are consistent with federal clean air requirements; transportation projects collectively must not worsen air quality. ...
(Conformity) A change in behavior due to the real or imagined influence of other people.
(Conformity) A demonstration of whether a federally-supported activity is consistent with the State Implementation Plan (SIP) - per Section 176 (c) of the Clean Air Act. ...
(Conformity) A type of social influence in which individuals change their attitudes or behaviour in order to adhere to existing social norms.
(Conformity) Changing your attitudes, beliefs, thoughts, or behaviors in order to be more consistent with others.
(Conformity) The peer-review team and committee's most demanding task is to assess the extent of substantial conformity achieved by the institution with respect to the operating principles. This evaluation inevitably involves subjective judgment. ...
(Conformity) The process of giving in to real or imagined pressure from a group.
(Conformity) The process of maintaining or changing behavior to comply with the norms established by a society, subculture, or other group.
(Conformity) This is the adherence to a given standard. Kennel Clubs dictate the breed standard, that hopefully, one is striving to attain. ...
(Conformity) meeting the set demands;
(Conformity) occurs when an individual has the means and desire to achieve the cultural goals socialised into him.
(conformity) (n) - harmony, agreement
(conformity) Initiating or changing a behavior in response to indirect social pressures