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change

Synonyms of change in English:

verb

  • 1 this could change the face of television things have changed
    alter, make/become different, adjust, adapt, amend, modify, revise, refine;
    reshape, refashion, redesign, restyle, revamp, rework, remodel, reorganize, reorder;
    informal tweak, doctor, rejig
    technical permute
    [Antonyms] preserve, stay the same
  • 2 they've changed places
    [Antonyms] keep
  • noun

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  • 1 a change of plan
    alteration, modification, variation, revision, amendment, adjustment, adaptation;
    remodeling, reshaping, rearrangement, reordering, restyling, reworking;
  • 2 a change of government
    exchange, substitution, swap, switch, changeover, replacement, alternation, interchange
  • 3 I don't have any change
    coins, loose/small change, silver;
    cash, petty cash;
    formal, specie
  • Quote

    If we want things to stay as they are, things will have to change.
    Giuseppe di Lampedusa The Leopard ( 1957)

    Phrases

    have a change of heart

    1
    See heart

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