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change

change

 
pronunciation:
cheInj
parts of speech:
verb, noun
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part of speech: verb
inflections: changed, changes, changing
definition 1: to make different.
The writer changed the ending of the story.
similar words:
commute, convert, reform, vary
definition 2: to put something different in the place of something else.
They changed the color of their kitchen.I always change my clothes after work.
synonyms:
exchange, switch
definition 3: to become different.
You have changed since the last time I saw you.
similar words:
convert, reform, shift, vary
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: the act of making something different or the fact of being different than before.
The school made two changes in the menu this month.You can see many changes in the children this year.
similar words:
translation
definition 2: money in smaller bills or coins in exchange for a larger bill or coin.
I got change for a twenty: a ten-dollar bill, a five-dollar bill, four one-dollar bills, and four quarters.
definition 3: coins.
Some change fell out through a hole in his pocket.
synonyms:
coins
similar words:
cash, cents, money
definition 4: the money that you receive in return when you pay more money than the price of something.
Mark paid for the newspaper with a five-dollar bill, and the cashier game him his change.
derivation: changing (adj.)
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