The action or process of altering or being altered: timetables are subject to alteration without notice alterations had to be made
More example sentences
- The only major alteration was the transformation of a poky shower room and toilet into an elegant pampering place.
- Is it even remotely possible that there will be a grand macro change without significant micro alteration here?
- Jung accepted that this course is never intractably fixed; it may at any time be subject to alteration.
late Middle English: from Old French, or from late Latin alteratio(n-), from the verb alterare (see alter).