Quick answer
"Conform" is an intransitive verb which is often translated as "ajustarse", and "in order for" is a phrase which is often translated as "para que". Learn more about the difference between "conform" and "in order for" below.
conform(
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fawrm
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An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (to accord)
a. ajustarse
Schoenberg's music did not conform to the generally accepted rules of composition.La música de Schoenberg no se ajustaba a las reglas establecidas de la composición.
b. amoldarse
I go to the gym because I want to, not to impress or conform with anyone else.Voy al gimnasio porque quiero, no para causar buena impresión o amoldarme a lo que hacen otros.
c. adaptarse
The new member of the team didn't conform to our way of working.El nuevo miembro del equipo no se adaptaba a nuestro estilo de trabajo.
2. (to follow convention)
a. ser conformista
He was faced with the dilemma of struggling for his ideals or conforming.Estaba frente al dilema de luchar por sus ideales o ser conformista.
3. (to comply with)
a. cumplir con
Britain is being pressured to conform with EU legislation.Gran Bretaña se ve presionada para cumplir con la legislación de la UE.
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in order for
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (general)
a. para que
In order for the arrangement to work, a great degree of trust is required from both sides.Para que funcione el acuerdo, se necesita un gran nivel de confianza entre ambas partes.
b. a fin de que
In order for there to be no misunderstanding, this session will be recorded.A fin de que no haya ninguna confusión, esta sesión se grabará.
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