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Change: 2019 Word of the Year

CHANGE

verb

transitive verb

1a : to make different in some particular : alter never bothered to change the will

b : to make radically different : transform can’t change human nature

c : to give a different position, course, or direction to changed his residence from Ohio to California

2a : to replace with another let’s change the subject

b : to make a shift from one to another : switch always sides in an argument

c : to exchange for an equivalent sum of money (as in smaller denominations or in a foreign currency) change a 20-dollar bill

d : to undergo a modification of foliage 

e : to put fresh clothes or covering on change a bed

intransitive verb

  1. to become different some things never change
  2.  to undergo transformation, transition, or substitution winter changed to spring

  3. exchange, switch neither liked his seat so they changed with each other

  4.  to put on different clothes need a few minutes to change for dinner

  5.  to shift one’s means of conveyance : transfer on the bus trip he had to change twice

  6. of the voice : to shift to lower register : break His voice started to change when he turned 13.

  7. of the moon : to pass from one phase (see phase entry 1 sense 1) to another

  8. change : to pass from the possession of one owner to that of another money changes hands many times

1 : the act, process, or result of changing: such as

a : alteration a change in the

b : transformation a time of vast social change going through changes

c : substitution a change of scenery

d : the passage of the moon from one monthly revolution (see revolution sense 1a) to another also : the passage of the moon from one phase (see phase entry 1 sense 1) to another

e : menopause

2a : money in small denominations received in exchange for an equivalent sum in larger denominations

b : money returned when a payment exceeds the amount due a cashier quick at making change

c : coins especially of low denominations a pocketful of change

d : a negligible additional amount only six minutes and change left in the

e : money sense 1 cost a large chunk of change

3 : a fresh set of clothes

4 British : exchange sense 5a

5 : changeup

6 : an order in which a set of bells is struck in change ringing

Change Synonyms: Verb

alter, make over, modify, recast, redo, refashion, remake, remodel, revamp, revise, rework, vary

Change Synonyms: Noun

alteration, difference, modification, redoing, refashioning, remaking, remodeling, revamping, review, revise, revision, reworking, variation

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