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change British & World English

Make or become different

change English Thesaurus

this could change the face of Britain

Change in change British & World English

A place where merchants met to do business

'Change in change British & World English

A place where merchants met to do business

change up British & World English

Engage a higher gear in a vehicle or on a bicycle

change-up British & World English

An unexpectedly slow pitch designed to throw off the batter’s timing

change step British & World English

Alter one’s step so that the opposite leg is the one that marks time when marching

change down British & World English

Engage a lower gear in a vehicle or on a bicycle

change over British & World English

Move from one system or situation to another

change gear British & World English

Adopt a different approach to a situation or task

gear change British & World English

A mechanism which changes gear on a motor vehicle

sea change British & World English

A profound or notable transformation

sex change British & World English

A change in a person’s physical sexual characteristics, typically by surgery and hormone treatment

step change British & World English

(In business or politics) a significant change in policy or attitude, especially one that results in an improvement or increase

change hands British & World English

(Of a business or building) pass to a different owner

change places British & World English

Exchange places or roles

change sides British & World English

Begin to support a different side in a war or dispute

change purse British & World English

A purse used for carrying money

chump change British & World English

A small or insignificant amount of money

flying change British & World English

A movement in riding in which the leading leg in the canter position is changed without loss of speed while the horse is in the air

regime change British & World English

The replacement of one administration or government by another, especially by means of military force

short-change British & World English

Cheat (someone) by giving insufficient money as change

small change British & World English

Coins of low value

change address British & World English

Move house or business premises

for a change British & World English

Contrary to how things usually happen or in order to introduce variety

change-ringing British & World English

The ringing of sets of church bells or handbells in a constantly varying order

climate change British & World English

A change in global or regional climate patterns, in particular a change apparent from the mid to late 20th century onwards and attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels

change-ringing New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

ringing of bells in a constantly varying order

change management British & World English

The management of change and development within a business or similar organization

change of pace British & World English

A change from what one is used to

plus ça change British & World English

Used to express resigned acknowledgement of the fundamental immutability of human nature and institutions

plus ça change New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

used to express resigned acknowledgement of the immutability of things

bureau de change British & World English

An establishment at which customers can exchange foreign money

change one's mind British & World English

Adopt a different opinion or plan

a change of air British & World English

A different climate, typically as a means of improving one’s health

change the subject British & World English

Begin talking of something different, to avoid embarrassment or distress

change one's tune British & World English

Express a very different opinion or behave in a very different way

change of scene British & World English

A move to different surroundings

a change of heart British & World English

A move to a different opinion or attitude

the wind of change British & World English

An influence or tendency that cannot be resisted

course British & World English

The route or direction followed by a ship, aircraft, road, or river

get no change out of British & World English

Fail to get information or a desired reaction from

chop2 British & World English

Change one’s opinions or behaviour repeatedly and abruptly

change up in change British & World English

Engage a higher gear in a vehicle or on a bicycle


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