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To become something different
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“The tadpole will change into a frog within a few months.”
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To make something into something else
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“I had to change the design of the website as it was out of date.”
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To substitute or replace
“I needed an electrician to help change the room's faulty light switches.”
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To exchange or give up something
“Could you change your ice-cream for mine because I don't like chocolate.”
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To pass from one form, state, or level to another
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“The weather is predicted to change tomorrow.”
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To replace one's clothing
“I need to change into something more presentable for my interview.”
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To transfer into another vehicle (train, bus, etc.)
“I will need to change trains in Brussels to get to my destination.”
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(of voices) To become deeper in tone
“His voice began to change to a deeper tone as he matured.”
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To make (something) the opposite of what it was
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To cause a profound effect
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To change so much as to create a wrong impression or alter the meaning of
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To look at again, to reflect on
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To interfere with (something) in order to cause damage or make unauthorized alterations
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To bring back to a former condition or vigor
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To break an established pattern
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To change text (as of a book, document, movie) from one language to another
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Exchange for real money
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To differ, especially based on a type or class
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To go back along the same route one has just travelled
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To deprive of sexual attributes or characteristics
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Entitize or convert
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To become industrial
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To change one's position
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To change or cause to change opinions
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(of a person or thing) To become fully grown or developed
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To undo the proper order or arrangement of
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To return to a place after having been there at a previous time
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To walk while shuffling or dragging the feet
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Change direction suddenly
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Undertake to control or reform someone
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React or alter
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Influence
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To go back to a previous and usually lower state or level
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Wander at random
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To change the place or position of
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To gain or regain possession of (something) in exchange for payment
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Make or become lighter in weight, pressure, or severity
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Press for political action
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To arrange for something to belong to, or be officially controlled by, somebody else
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The process of becoming different
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“Our product needs a significant change to keep up with our competitors.”
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A replacement or substitution
“He desperately needed a shower and a change of clothes.”
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(informal) A departure from the norm
“It's been a welcome change to live in the countryside away from the busy city.”
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The regular passing from one condition to another
“The share prices are volatile and undergoing constant change.”
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Small denominations of money given in exchange for a larger denomination
“Would I be able to get some change for this ten-dollar bill?”
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(informal) Money that has been spent on something (usually extravagant)
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“That sports car is going to cost me a chunk of change.”
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A newly occurring incident in a current state of affair
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The action of departing from an established course or accepted standard
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A discernible change in opinion or loyalties
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Displacement
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A change of house or business premises
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The state of being diverse or various
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A change to an opposite direction, position, or course of action
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Any cyclic biological or physiological pattern or activity
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The carrying of people or things from one place to another
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A dramatic increase in price, amount, etc
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Critical juncture
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The characteristic of being innovative
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A loud ringing of a bell or bells
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A misleading account, or the act of giving one
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A state of dissatisfaction, disturbance, and agitation, typically involving public demonstrations or disorder
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Remedy or compensation for a wrong or grievance
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A forcible overthrow of a government or social order, in favor of a new system
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The modulation of intonation or pitch in the voice
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An act that initiates or advances a process or plan
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One of two or more available possibilities
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