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Adjective
Changing or varying at regular intervals
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“Researchers continue to study the changing weather patterns associated with climate change.”
Adjective
Relating to or characteristic of a process or period of transition
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Of or relating to the biological theory of evolution
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Having more than one shape or appearance
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Of, pertaining to, or undergoing transmigration, as a soul from one body to another
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Undecided or unsure of how to act
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Noun
The act or result of changing or altering something, typically to correct or improve it
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A cancellation or overturning of a decision or course of action
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The process of changing, or causing something to change, from one form to another
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The act of giving an appearance to something of which it is not
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A state of constant movement or fluctuation
Verb
Present participle for to become something different
“The tadpole will change into a frog within a few months.”
Verb
Present participle for to make something into something else
“I had to change the design of the website as it was out of date.”
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Present participle for to substitute or replace something with another
“I needed an electrician to help change the room's faulty light switches.”
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Present participle for to exchange or give up something
“Could you change your ice-cream for mine because I don't like chocolate.”
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Present participle for to fluctuate from one condition, form, level or state to another
“The weather is predicted to change tomorrow.”
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Present participle for to replace one's clothing
“I need to change into something more presentable for my interview.”
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Present participle for 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) Present participle for to become deeper in tone
“His voice began to change to a deeper tone as he matured.”
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