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  1. change

    • IPA[tʃeɪn(d)ʒ]


    • v.
      make (someone or something) different; alter or modify;become different; be altered or modified
    • n.
      an act or process through which something becomes different;the substitution of one thing for another
    • verb: change, 3rd person present: changes, gerund or present participle: changing, past tense: changed, past participle: changed

    • noun: change, plural noun: changes

    • 釋義
    • 片語


    • 1. make (someone or something) different; alter or modify both parties voted against proposals to change the law technology and the internet have dramatically changed the way we communicate
    • become different; be altered or modified the nature of the industry is likely to change I've had time to think and my opinion hasn't changed
    • turn or convert (something) from one state, form, or substance into another filters change the ammonia into nitrate
    • turn or be converted from one state, form, or substance into another electronic cigarettes use liquid nicotine which changes into vapour when heated
    • alter in terms of the ferns began to change shape 同義詞 alter, make different, become different, undergo a change, make alterations to, ... 更多反義詞 preserve, stay the same
    • (of traffic lights) move from one colour of signal to another they stopped at the corner, waiting for the lights to change
    • (of the moon) arrive at a fresh phase; become new he is going to be worse for the next two or three days because the moon has changed
    • 2. replace (something) with something else, especially something of the same kind that is newer or better; substitute one thing for (another) she decided to change her name I want to change my car for one that's reliable and fun to drive
    • exchange (something) with someone else, giving one thing and receiving something of the same kind in return I offered to change seats with him
    • engage (a different gear) in a motor vehicle slow down and change gear as smoothly as possible to avoid skidding he changed into second
    • exchange (a sum of money) for the same sum in a different currency or denomination there's an ATM in the reception area which will change your English money he popped into a bank to change a ten-pound note into one-pound coins
    • 3. put different clothes on he changed for dinner you should change into some dry clothes
    • put a clean nappy on (a baby or young child) I changed her on top of the table until she got too big
    • 4. move to a different train, bus, etc. we had to change at Rugby passengers travelling to London will have to change trains in Bristol