Alice sends the garbled circuit for a function to Bob in the offline stage. In the online stage, Alice sends affine transformations for the circuit to Bob. Then, Bob employs the garbled circuit and the affine transformations to re-randomize the circuit, and evaluates the re-randomized circuit on his input (using OT). The adversary chooses the input after seeing the garbled circuit. Is the garbled circuit adaptive?
Adaptivity essentially refers to giving the adversary the power to choose an input which potentially depends on the garbled circuit, i.e., the input is adaptiveley chosen after seeing the circuit.
So if a GC scheme is proven secure in the model where the adversary outputs $x$ after seeing the garbled circuit, yes. Otherwise, no.
For formal definitions see, e.g.,