Changan Change-of-pace

Change

Meanings and phrases

change

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n.
  1. an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another; alteration; modification
  2. a relational difference between states; especially between states before and after some event
  3. the action of changing something
  4. the result of alteration or modification
  5. the balance of money received when the amount you tender is greater than the amount due
  6. a thing that is different
  7. a different or fresh set of clothes
  8. coins of small denomination regarded collectively
  9. money received in return for its equivalent in a larger denomination or a different currency
  10. a difference that is usually pleasant; variety

change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; alter; modify
  2. undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature
  3. become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence; alter; vary
  4. lay aside, abandon, or leave for another; switch; shift
  5. change clothes; put on different clothes
  6. exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category; exchange; commute; convert
  7. give to, and receive from, one another; exchange; interchange
  8. change from one vehicle or transportation line to another; transfer
  9. remove or replace the coverings of
  10. become deeper in tone; deepen

bureau de change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. (French) an establishment where you can exchange foreign money

change by reversal

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. change to the contrary; turn; reverse

change course

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v.
  1. shift from one side of the ship to the other; jibe; gybe; jib

change form

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v.
  1. assume a different shape or form; change shape; deform

change hands

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v.
  1. be transferred to another owner; change owners
E.g.
  • The females depart and territories may change hands.
  • The title did not change hands due to the draw decision.
  • The tag titles, however, did not change hands (and in fact, had not been vacated this year by the Holy Demon Army).

change integrity

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v.
  1. change in physical make-up

change intensity

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v.
  1. increase or decrease in intensity

change magnitude

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v.
  1. change in size or magnitude

change of color

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n.
  1. an act that changes the light that something reflects

change of course

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n.
  1. a change in the direction that you are moving

change of direction

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the act of changing the direction in which something is oriented; reorientation
E.g.
  • It is highly efficient and provides for an almost instantaneous change of direction.
  • Despite the change of direction, "Blue Ribbon Comics" ended with issue #22 (March 1942).
  • Under the leadership of Freeview founder Andy Duncan, 2005 saw a change of direction for Channel 4's digital channels.

change of integrity

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n.
  1. the act of changing the unity or wholeness of something

change of life

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n.
  1. the time in a woman's life in which the menstrual cycle ends; menopause; climacteric

change of location

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n.
  1. a movement through space that changes the location of something; travel

change of magnitude

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n.
  1. the act of changing the amount or size of something

change of mind

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n.
  1. a decision to reverse an earlier decision; reversal; flip-flop; turnabout; turnaround

change of shape

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n.
  1. an action that changes the shape of something

change of state

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n.
  1. the act of changing something into something different in essential characteristics

change over

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v.
  1. make a shift in or exchange of; switch; shift
  2. change from one system to another or to a new plan or policy; convert

change owners

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v.
  1. be transferred to another owner; change hands

change posture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. undergo a change in bodily posture

change ringing

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. ringing tuned bells in a fixed order that is continually changing

change shape

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. assume a different shape or form; change form; deform
E.g.
  • Its hole could change shape, thus explaining lunar phases.
  • Tapers commonly change shape linearly, but a variety of other profiles may be used.
  • What makes it so interesting is that neither the pieces nor the frame change shape or size in any way.

change state

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. undergo a transformation or a change of position or action; turn

change surface

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v.
  1. undergo or cause to undergo a change in the surface

change taste

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v.
  1. alter the flavor of

chemical change

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n.
  1. (chemistry) any process determined by the atomic and molecular composition and structure of the substances involved; chemical process; chemical action

chump change

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n.
  1. a trifling sum of money; small change; chickenfeed

climate change

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n.
  1. a change in the world's climate; global climate change
E.g.
  • He compared belief in climate change to religion.
  • Another cause of deforestation is climate change.
  • The index is also used in studies of climate change.

global climate change

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n.
  1. a change in the world's climate; climate change
E.g.
  • CO is of paramount importance in global climate change.
  • Man-induced global climate change has become a prominent political issue.
  • However, Singer characterizes himself as a "skeptic" rather than a "denier" of global climate change.

oil change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. replacing dirty oil with clean

phase change

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n.
  1. a change from one state (solid or liquid or gas) to another without a change in chemical composition; phase transition; state change; physical change
E.g.
  • The methods are suitable to study defects, diffusion, phase change, magnetism.
  • They include chemical reactions, increase of pressure, increase of temperature, and phase change.
  • GeSbTe is a phase change material used for its optic properties, such as that used in rewritable DVDs.

physical change

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n.
  1. a change from one state (solid or liquid or gas) to another without a change in chemical composition; phase change; phase transition; state change

pitching change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. replacing a pitcher in baseball

policy change

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n.
  1. a major change in attitude or principle or point of view; about-face; volte-face; reversal
E.g.
  • The risks of this policy change put the two men at odds.
  • With this policy change, a song could chart based on digital downloads alone.
  • The Soviets mounted a public relations campaign against the Western policy change.

sea change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a profound transformation

sex change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a change in a person's physical sexual characteristics (as by surgery and hormone treatments)
E.g.
  • She said, "I [want] my sex change to make myself feel complete."
  • The contestant had previously competed as a male, and the sex change gave her a second chance to compete.
  • "The Burning Halo" touches on exorcism, "X and Y" describes a sex change and "Ms Shyflower" is about being buried alive.

small change

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n.
  1. a trifling sum of money; chickenfeed; chump change
E.g.
  • Another small change was in the court itself.
  • We then consider a small change in shape for a constant volume.
  • A very small change in initial conditions had created a significantly different outcome.

state change

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n.
  1. a change from one state (solid or liquid or gas) to another without a change in chemical composition; phase change; phase transition; physical change

temperature change

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n.
  1. a process whereby the degree of hotness of a body (or medium) changes
E.g.
  • Seasonally, there is little temperature change.
  • This phenomenon arises from a rapid temperature change.
  • He theorized that this temperature change was due to "calorific rays", a type of light ray that could not be seen.

not change

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E.g.
  • Verbs do not change form according to their subject.
  • The interior workings, however, did not change much.
  • That therefore the world does not change without us.

name change

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E.g.
  • A name change on legal documents is not necessary.
  • The name change became official in February 2017.
  • At the same time, the Q-12 underwent a name change.

social change

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E.g.
  • At Harvard, Goodman studied the dynamics of social change.
  • The Atheist Centre is an institute working for social change.
  • Kashf became the first MFI to use mainstream media for social change.

did not change

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E.g.
  • The interior workings, however, did not change much.
  • Hence she did not change faction in the Verkhovna Rada.
  • Those districts did not change until the 1968 elections.

major change

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E.g.
  • Another major change was how the results were judged.
  • The major change for the truck was a more powerful engine.
  • The summer of 2001 brought a major change to the department.

decided to change

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E.g.
  • ", after which he decided to change his career.
  • They decided to change their name again.
  • In 2013, club's owners decided to change club's name to "Turan-T".

significant change

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E.g.
  • This constitutes a significant change from earlier times.
  • "Energiewende" designates a significant change in energy policy.
  • A significant change came in 1948 with coup d'état by the Communist Party.

does not change

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E.g.
  • That therefore the world does not change without us.
  • This does not change the grammar's produced language.
  • God does not change His mind; He shows pity.

change the name

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E.g.
  • In 2007 the decision was made to change the name to research*eu.
  • The new name was accepted and moves to change the name were undertaken.
  • (A charity, SOS Mitmensch, began a campaign to change the name in 2012.)

no change

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E.g.
  • there was no change; / only disguise gone from them unawares".
  • The report recommended no change in the number of councils or their names.
  • A plurality of interventions, 96, caused no change in the country's democracy.

change of heart

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E.g.
  • Wynn then went through an immediate change of heart.
  • Ross then had a change of heart and released Beanes.
  • Sanskar also has a change of heart.

began to change

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E.g.
  • He was cured, but began to change into the Rattler.
  • In the 1960s East Village began to change radically.
  • He began to change his focus to road running in 2007.

change its name

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E.g.
  • In 2019, DHX would change its name to WildBrain to build upon this use.
  • The owner of SardarBuksh agreed to change its name on 28 September 2018.
  • Apple successfully forced the "Pineapple" to change its name to "Pinecom".

population change

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E.g.
  • The table also shows the population change in the ten years to the 2011 census by subdivision.
  • The table shows details on the population change since 1801, including the percentage change since the last available census data.
  • The total Swiss population change in 2008 (from all sources) was an increase of 9 and the non-Swiss population change was a decrease of 2 people.

change was made

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E.g.
  • A further change was made to the transmission.
  • This change was made mainly to improve tuning stability.
  • A major change was made on the rules.

change of name

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E.g.
  • 86 was passed requesting the change of name to Lucban Municipal High School.
  • The change of name was dued to the competition from the Norwegian pop band "a-ha".
  • It had the last change of name in 1993, taking the name it continues to use today.

political change

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E.g.
  • However, “bubble economy” resulted in a call for political change.
  • The political change did not immediately change social circumstances.
  • Reserves may change as a result of political change, or by manipulation.

change over time

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E.g.
  • since preferences can change over time.
  • Distances normally change over time.
  • Evolutionary approaches reflect on how human genes can change over time.

change when

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E.g.
  • and Jasper—but will that change when they discover J.H.
  • This did not change when the couple had a child, Frederick Jess.
  • Timing rules change when there are three minutes remaining in a half.

format change

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E.g.
  • However, this format change never took place.
  • Along with the format change came a new callsign: WJZ-FM.
  • The format change came on March 16, 1992.

rule change

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E.g.
  • 3, which they did in a rule change effective in 2004.
  • However, she added, a rule change is under consideration.
  • Nashville's recruitment also resulted in a rule change concerning free agency.

radical change

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E.g.
  • Bicycle components underwent radical change in the 1990s.
  • That's why the MPs will hardly agree on such a radical change.
  • The poem expressed his desire for radical change without overt sedition.

timetable change

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E.g.
  • S-Bahn services commenced at the 2003/2004 timetable change.
  • The line was commissioned at the 2011/2012 timetable change on 11 December 2011.
  • The S-Bahn network was significantly expanded at the timetable change in December 2010.

rate of change

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E.g.
  • The rate of change is usually with respect to time.
  • A rate of change in momentum represents a force, whereby F "ma.
  • Where: Sales formula_6 is the rate of change of installed base (i.e.

change his mind

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E.g.
  • Lucille begged her father to change his mind.
  • When she comes to know this, she tried to change his mind.
  • However, two particular events led him to change his mind.

change the way

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E.g.
  • I wouldn't change the way I got here at all.
  • In order to try to change the way that people digest music, we had to take a leap of faith," says Royce.
  • She is one of the models in the ongoing Radical Beauty Project, which seeks to change the way we see Downs Syndrome.

ability to change

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E.g.
  • The NESTDOWN function has the ability to change the vertical sigma levels.
  • The antibodies are ineffective because of the virus' ability to change their coats rapidly.
  • Thus the ability to change direction quickly while in motion is critical for sports success.

forced to change

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E.g.
  • They were forced to change jobs and to move."
  • Lee was forced to change his plans.
  • Prior to this, beach-goers were forced to change their clothes in their cars.

change occurred

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E.g.
  • One other personnel change occurred this year.
  • A boundary change occurred on June 18, 1956.
  • In 1752, a change occurred in the behavior of Choglokova.

change came

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E.g.
  • Along with the format change came a new callsign: WJZ-FM.
  • The format change came on March 16, 1992.
  • The next change came in November 2007.

little change

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E.g.
  • For 1979, the Bronco saw little change from 1978 models.
  • It has seen little change since then, except for shoulder widening.
  • A December 2011 photo shows little change from the 2008 image (left).

change their name

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E.g.
  • They decided to change their name again.
  • In March 2016, M&M Meat Shops announced that they would change their name to M&M Food Market.
  • Another trend is for churches to change their name to a popular name or word that represents the church.

change of government

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E.g.
  • Some time after that there was indeed a change of government.
  • Hopkins' involvement in the Nicaraguan change of government was critical.
  • In 1795, the British Invasion of the Cape Colony forced a change of government.

change the world

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E.g.
  • Changing the world "It does not suffice to change the world.
  • It has been claimed that this is going to "change the world".
  • This season, Pokémon has a different slogan "We can change the world!

able to change

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E.g.
  • Some skaters are able to change edges during a spiral, i.e.
  • It is able to change its color from lighter to darker to a certain extent.
  • Fish in this genus are able to change their colouring in two to eight seconds.
E.g.
  • In order to open the pore, a conformational change must occur in the inner 6 helix bundle.
  • In order to become active, a ligand must bind to the receptor and cause a conformational change.
  • This conformational change causes the alpha subunit to dissociate from the complex and become bound to GTP.

change during

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E.g.
  • Proposed solutions change during bargaining.
  • The military junta began to change during the late 1970s.
  • They do not change during the course of the game or sequence of games.

only change

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E.g.
  • That was the only change on the whole schedule.
  • DER2 can not only change its expression but also move its hands and feet and twist its body.
  • The only change in the ministry during this period was the position of Deputy Chief Minister.

regime change

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E.g.
  • The goal of regime change can be seen in Ahrar al-Sham's involvement in the conflict in Syria.
  • Meanwhile the ruling HHK party announced that they do not see any regime change occurring in Armenia.
  • The New American Commonwealth (formerly: "New Britain") faces its first regime change since the revolution.

positive change

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E.g.
  • It was found that positive change was gradual, and involved multiple elements.
  • The is a positive change in endothermic reactions, and negative in heat-releasing exothermic processes.
  • They wanted to work together with local politicians to make lasting, positive change for their community.

subject to change

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E.g.
  • Release dates are subject to change.
  • They cannot be “uniform” objectives that are not subject to change.
  • Schedules are subject to change, particularly over July and August.

change between

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E.g.
  • She can change between human and coyote form at will.
  • The frequent change between both forms is charming along the Nahe.
  • However, with over 60 songs rehearsed for the tour, the set list was believed to change between shows.

dramatic change

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E.g.
  • But in 1956 the khell underwent a dramatic change.
  • Perhaps the most dramatic change in lifestyle affected the girls.
  • The war in the 1990s, caused a dramatic change in the Bosnian economy.

sudden change

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E.g.
  • This was not a sudden change, but took place over a long period.
  • The re-armament began a sudden change in fortune for many factories in Germany.
  • He went on to have a sudden change of heart, returning and making the final 53-man roster.

change through

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E.g.
  • DNA sequences can change through mutations, producing new alleles.
  • This time the goal was to contribute to social change through artistic action.
  • The gay liberation movement is more active and aims to achieve change through visibility and protest.

change took

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E.g.
  • The change took place with the Nov. 2, 2001 issue.
  • This change took effect for the 2011 election.

change made

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E.g.
  • This change made the company focus entirely on mopeds.
  • Throughout the US this change made a huge difference in the integration of school.
  • A 2005 constitutional change made the Regions responsible for these local referenda.

another change

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E.g.
  • In February 2008, another change to the studio took place.
  • In another change, the roof panel was changed from metal to fiberglass.
  • On January 2, 2007 the station underwent another change and is now known as "Q101.9".

technological change

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E.g.
  • The early years were a time of cooperation and technological change.
  • Innovation is often a technological change that outperforms a previous practice.
  • This technological change eliminated the need for helper locomotives entirely in 1959.

change in direction

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E.g.
  • The album marks a change in direction from Swans' early work.
  • After the change in direction, NY 226 enters the hamlet of Altay.
  • This produces a smaller change in direction but does not require as much time.

change of pace

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E.g.
  • She also called the conversation between Darryl and Jim a "nice change of pace".
  • Rob Burch of "The Hollywood News" called "I Won't Say (I'm in Love)" a "refreshing change of pace".
  • A change of pace came in 2004 when he joined Pro Wrestling Zero-One, where old friend Hidaka awaited.

voted to change

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E.g.
  • In 1919, Federated Charities voted to change the name to Family Welfare Association.
  • On 1 June 2018 the General Synod voted to change the marriage canon to allow same-sex couples to get married.
  • In 2010, the city council voted to change the name from to to strengthen the international profile of the city.

drastic change

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E.g.
  • Hazlitt, at the start of his essay, focuses on this drastic change.
  • That drastic change in the balance is mostly the result of SYRIZA abandoning Euroscepticism.
  • Stimulation or lesion of this region results in drastic change in the sexual activity of lab animals.

change direction

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E.g.
  • That afternoon, the winds dramatically change direction.
  • After being an actor for several years Jon decided to change direction.
  • Reversing sidings are provided to the north of the station for trains to change direction.

environmental change

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E.g.
  • However, it may also reflect a sudden environmental change or boundary.
  • Together they proposed a feminist glaciology framework for global environmental change.
  • Microfauna are better indicators of climate and environmental change than larger species.

change his name

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E.g.
  • This inspires Reginald to change his name to Elton John.
  • Joe finally relents, warning Tommy to change his name and avoid a criminal element.
  • He actually was called Future in 2003 but he had to change his name because you got big."

wanted to change

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E.g.
  • The folks who run the website wanted to change directions.
  • Crosby wanted to change to recorded production for several reasons.
  • He felt tormented by his addictions, however, and wanted to change his life.

cultural change

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E.g.
  • He initially struggled with the cultural change.
  • This process of enforced cultural change was called "lotu".
  • Her outfit was changed in "X-2" to reflect the cultural change that occurred between the two games.

change of ownership

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E.g.
  • This change of ownership had no effect on her service.
  • In 1936, KOY underwent a change of ownership.
  • "Lloyd's Register" for 1814 confirms the change of ownership and trade.

change within

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E.g.
  • There were mixed opinions about this change within the taxi industry.
  • Thylakoid extent can change within minutes of light exposure or removal.
  • This makes radiolarians important indicators of climate change within the stratigraphical record.

fundamental change

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E.g.
  • The most fundamental change is support for darknet operation.
  • It established a fundamental change in the machinery of the convention.
  • But they are well-enough established to herald fundamental change in software development."

rapid change

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E.g.
  • In response, by autumn, OHL pressed for a rapid change to a civilian government.
  • The JazzCode applies to small teams having to manage complexity and rapid change.
  • Industries and companies undergoing rapid change may need to avoid hiring and firing costs and risks.

marked a change

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E.g.
  • This season marked a change in scheduling for the GNAC.
  • The album marked a change in artistic direction from N.O.R.E.
  • "Dosage" marked a change in recording and style for Collective Soul.

color change

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E.g.
  • In 2018, the Braves made a subtle color change to the primary logo.
  • An interesting aspect of female "L. pulchrissimus" is the color change of their fur.
  • This species is capable of color change, but generally in somber shades of tan to gray.

change took place

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E.g.
  • The change took place with the Nov. 2, 2001 issue.
  • This change took place around the start of the 1st century.
  • The election when this change took place was the 1983 United Kingdom general election.

saw a change

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E.g.
  • That year also saw a change in ownership for the "Herald".
  • "We saw a change in our audience.
  • Time" (2015), which saw a change in their music and vocal deliveries.

biggest change

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E.g.
  • The biggest change is Re Yina going from A class to F class.
  • But the biggest change was the title, which was changed to "Un, dos, tres... a leer esta vez" ().
  • The biggest change in the history of WSC occurred in the spring of 1986 with a major re-alignment.

sound change

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E.g.
  • The sound change gradually spreads in a process known as lexical diffusion.
  • The concept of sound change covers both phonetic and phonological developments.
  • The initial "*Ver-" changed to "Vir-" as a regular sound change in the local dialect.

structural change

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E.g.
  • Repeated firing causes a structural change in the synapses.
  • Vidal made one structural change which was not revised, however.
  • Such a need for structural change is likely to result in a violent conflict.

change color

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E.g.
  • 2,500 LED bulbs cause the tower to change color at night.
  • In mating season the males head change color to either red, yellow or even light blue.
  • When alarmed, it makes a hissing noise, and depending on its mood, it may change color.

decision to change

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E.g.
  • They made the decision to change the flight plan so the commander was the first to egress from the spacecraft.
  • The ambiguity was the result of a NASA decision to change designation of missions starting in Fiscal Year 1984.

change due

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E.g.
  • The ranges can change due to adaptation to the local environment.
  • "Olustee" had another name change due to its duties as a blockade runner.
  • Tampa Bay: Team has a font change due to fan complains deeming them unreadable.

order to change

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E.g.
  • In 1982, a multi-option referendum was held in order to change the election system.
  • Space is a powerful tool wielded by the actors in order to change audience's point of views.
  • Many alloys were also possible, and were intentionally made in order to change the properties of the metal e.g.

behavior change

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E.g.
  • Harris studied the psychology of behavior change.
  • The concept is promoted by 12-step recovery groups and researchers using the transtheoretical model of motivation for behavior change.
  • The findings "suggest that taking the PTP had a statistically significant effect on behavior change in favor of more truthful sharing on Facebook."

attempt to change

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E.g.
  • He instructs his self in an attempt to change his life.
  • Kel protests the unfairness of the law to the monarchs and gets them to attempt to change it.
  • After Regent Horthy’s failed attempt to change side in the war he was searched for by the Gestapo.

title change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • We also were brokenhearted over the title change."
  • This resulted in a title change from Padmavati to Padmaavat.
  • The title change was accompanied by Bret Blevins stepping in as both penciller and inker.

started to change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • As the swimsuit was evolving, the underwear started to change.
  • The pattern of settlement in Pomerania started to change in the 3rd century.
  • This started to change due to the implementation of the Patients' Rights Law of 2002.
E.g.
  • A 2005 constitutional change made the Regions responsible for these local referenda.
  • Ter-Petrossian's administration saw constitutional change that secured more power for the president than the parliament.
  • He has reportedly been lobbying legislators about a possible constitutional change, or filing a legal challenge to the provision.

change depending

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Thus the order of bicyclists may change depending on units used.
  • Coat color bias seems evident, but may change depending on geographic location.
  • The classification will also change depending on whether the potatoes are fresh or frozen.

slight change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Yet there has been slight change in other countries sending most children.
  • Although the festival had a slight change of name, it kept the same structure as the Brazilian editions.
  • The main differences between both games are the slight change in physics and the addition of twelve internal levels.

notable change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The event marked a notable change in the course layout.
  • One notable change in the film involved the opening titles.
  • "The Spirit of the Age" also marked a notable change in attitude.

change in ownership

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • That year also saw a change in ownership for the "Herald".
  • The public was notified of the change in ownership on December 15, 2015.
  • The current name, Imperial Sugar Company, was established after a change in ownership in 1907.

change management

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The Nineties also saw the club change management, as George Akins Jnr.
  • This includes monitoring event logs not for intrusions, but change management.
  • This involved management of a £400m plus technology and change management programme.

change in policy

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Yet with the change in Viceroy came a change in policy.
  • This change in policy was not confirmed by Chick-fil-A officials.
  • This change in policy has not been confirmed by Chick-fil-A officials.

change the course

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Gersten's approach would change the course of non-profit institutions nationally and especially in New York City.
  • He then joined George Devine's English Stage Company, which was about to change the course of new British drama at the Royal Court.
  • The Dalai Lama was opposed to a Mongol invasion which would have devastating effects on Central Tibet, but was not able to change the course of things.

great change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The 1960s were a time of great change and growth for the AYF.
  • The First World War saw great change.
  • The great change came from Moseley."

trying to change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Malaysia Hockey League is trying to change that by bringing in regional flavor.
  • Naina tells Reeta that Sudheer was trying to change Neeta's property to his name.
  • Watterson spent much of his career trying to change the climate of newspaper comics.

first change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The first change driver places pedagogy and the moral imperative in the role of driver.
  • It was the first change at the top since before the Second World War, and she herself retained the post till 2005.
  • When the body has grown enough to undergo the first change, or if the infecting vampire has personally seen to their becoming infected (via bite or sex), the host enters a catatonic ‘death’ state.

used to change

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • A capo (short for "capotasto") is used to change the pitch of open strings.
  • Cards, such as Hand Weapons or Events may be used to change the outcome of a fight.
  • It also uses records as collectibles, which could be used to change the game's musical backdrop.

change in government

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Both had campaigned for a change in government.
  • The programme was discontinued after a change in government.
  • In late April a change in government in France led to withdrawal of the Allied forces from Odessa.
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