Small denominations of money given in exchange for a larger denomination. (noun)
A replacement, e.g. a change of clothes (noun)
Money given back when a customer hands over more than the exact price of an item. (noun)
A transfer between vehicles. (noun)
A change-up pitch. (noun)
To become something different. (verb)
To make something into something different. (verb)
To replace. (verb)
To replace one's clothing. (verb)
To transfer to another vehicle (train, bus, etc.) (verb)
To exchange. (verb)
Examples of word change
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We are bringing women into politics to change the nature of politics, to �change the vision, to change the institutions.
As they change their rattle, and rattle their '_change_.'
This practical "revolutionary evolution," as he called it, was described by Marx (in resigning from a communist society) in 1851: "We say to the working people, 'You will have to go through ten, fifteen, fifty years of _civil wars and wars between nations_ not only to change existing conditions, but to _change yourselves and to make yourselves worthy of political power_.'"