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Change

Pronunciation of Change
/t͡ʃˈe͡ɪnd͡ʒ/, /t‍ʃˈe‍ɪnd‍ʒ/, /tʃ_ˈeɪ_n_dʒ/

Antonyms for change:

similarity, identity, sameness, stay, remain.

Synonyms for change:

correct (adjective)

amend.

Sense 1

reinvent, therapy, fine-tune, hard cash, FOREX, leavening, wean, breastfeed, Eterne, monotone, individuate, segue, reserve currency, funding, game-changing, loose change, transmogrify, alterable, undress, dateless, metanoia, evolve, neonatal, recreation, transmogrification, private means, sturdiness, redden, foreign exchange, hardness, lump sum, drift, hard currency, Adaption, permutation, recast, rate of exchange, dinero, disposable income, supersize, pastime, lapse into, fling off, private income, paper money, monies, feeding, improve, decimalize, turnabout, radicalize, turn the tables, crowd pleaser, funny money, bureau de change, acclimatize, kitty, disrobe, nest egg, renew, satisfaction, layover, blood money, embark, hobby, tend, skew, adaptive, baby milk, transubstantiate, pleasure, deplane, postal order, naturalize, journey, giveback, ageless, GBP, reshape, means, postnatal, doff, baby talk, turn into, swaddle, turn back, fetish, emendate, spending, luxury, change into, riffle, reconstitute, customize, leisure, key to, escapism, devalue, binge, amusement, tweak, improvement, excitement, unsureness, stopover, goodies, affect, remold, revise, medium of exchange, motion, fudge, electronic purse, blend into, suckle, USD, single currency, unfolding, happen to, bottle-feed, social life, devaluation, get back, spree, diaper rash, rebate, meander, slue, stableness, unbuckle, out-of-pocket expenses, acclimation, diversion, acclimatization, appropriation, juggle, dollarization, Paternity Leave, shop around, movement, changeover, port of call, new money, enthusiasm, common currency, emendation, instigator, improve onorupon, shakeup, inciter, exchange rate, lighten, slip off, monotonousness, reorganization, seed money, bailout, unchanging, sinking fund, remould, earnest money, Monopoly money, slip out of, insecureness, fomenter, independent means, war chest, detrain, denominate, monetary, usurp, love, disembark, make up for, Wet nurse, indulgence, coffer, blacken, cot death, banknote, pledge, housecleaning, whiten, sit in for, burp, DOSH, dance to another tune, pendulum, turnaround, joy, crib death, slush fund, Evolvement, purchasing power, sponsorship.

Sense 2

differentiate, expenditure, circumstances, inversion, shakiness, landfall, the home stretch, tottering, irrevocable, agitator, readjust, P.O., contribution, adjustable, restore, refund, strip down, fastness, pocketbook, FX, doctor, cash flow, jumping-off point, variable, rewrite, drop off, inconstant, start out, amount, yellow, brighten, bleach, peel off, disguise, variance, replacement, invariable, revalue, irreversible, rebirth, fluid, correction, alternation, rework, denomination, pursuit, unfailing, blast, rut, delight, spell, shuffle, overspend, revelation, disturbance, unstableness, leaven, overthrow, shop, tonic, acclimate, evolution, shuck off, treat, shekel, mutable, stop off, tarnish, tailor, occupation, topple, receipt, conformation, grow into, shrug off, cross over, timeless, oscillate, unrest, mercurial, firepower, obverse, unsteadiness, disbursement, insecurity, adaptable, accommodation, enjoyment, activity, liquidate, relieve, unpredictable, small change, passion, trip, ferment, do to, elastic, starting point, reversal, repatriate, changeless, precariousness, hop, entitlement, thrill, change back, tottery, undo, tear off.

Sense 3

constant, deflect, convulsion, changeable, sheer, temperamental, sum, mobile, relief, pale, finance, variant, surplus, wobbly, whimsical, uncertainty, capricious, catalyst, translate, progress, departure, rotation, become, yeast, unsteady, wax, inconsistent, compensate, translation, go over to, pliable, go into, succeed, take on, basket, turn, pocket, pliant, bounty, avert, yaw, stabilize, infirm, outgrow, convertible, unalterable, precarious, treasury, distort, budget, emend, fund, gate, fantastical.

Sense 5

erratic, lap, flexible, kick off, check out, throw off, develop, scramble, off, strengthen, wind, fantastic, fade, board, same, shaky.

Sense 6

credit, reconcile, face, green, get on, stage, strength, get out of, certain, touch, cataclysm, get off, position.

Sense 7

float, move, leg, put down, various, feed, tail.

Sense 8

catch, DO, piece, accommodate, gray, on.

Sense 9

weak, uncertain, double, flat.

Sense 10

pass, strip, act.

Sense 11

head, high, firm.

Sense 12

stop, fit.

Sense 13

fix.

Sense 14

take.

Sense 15

support, come.

Sense 16

run, start, cut.

Sense 20

go.

Sense 31

get.

alter

tamper with.

change

alter.

convert

mutate.

correction

redress.

deviation

veering.

inconstancy

instability.

influence

leaven.

invert

upturn, upend.

leaven

leavening.

lighten

lighten.

make over

remake.

metamorphose

remake, metamorphose.

outburst

upheaval.

renovate

remodel.

replacement

substitution.

reverse

table.

revert

turn back.

straits

crisis.

substitute

substitute.

transform

make into, revolutionize.

transformation

transubstantiation.

unevenness

irregularity.

vacillation

fluctuation.

Other synonyms and related words:

commutation, substitution, move, board, small change, remove, replacement, interchange.

Sense 2 (noun)

correction, succeed, distortion, changeover, renew, refinement, relieve, development.

Sense 3 (noun)

make into, turn into, small change.

Sense 4 (noun)

game-changing, Adaption.

Sense 5 (noun)

catch, on, get on, board, deplane, embark.

Sense 6 (noun)

appropriation, bounty, blood money, bailout, cash flow, amount, budget.

Sense 7 (noun)

breastfeed, cot death, burp, baby milk, bottle-feed, baby talk, crib death.

Sense 9 (noun)

banknote.

Sense 10 (noun)

bureau de change, common currency, denominate, basket, convertible, decimalize.

Sense 12 (noun)

bleach, mellow, brighten, blacken, lighten, fade, gray, bleed.

Sense 14 (noun)

take back, shop around, shop, check out, price.

Sense 15 (noun)

disrobe, pull off, get, doff, off, kick off, fling off, get out of, peel off.

Sense 16 (noun)

rotation.

Sense 17 (noun)

departure, drop off, lap, jumping-off point, port of call, leg, landfall, the home stretch, layover.

change (noun)

conversion, deepen, alteration, transition, adjustment, diversification, shift, modification, transformation, alter, variation, diversity, vary, interchange, revision, transfer, modulation, exchange, transposition, adaptation, difference, mutation, deviation, reformation, metamorphosis, transfiguration, variety.

change of mind (noun)

flip-flop.

changes (noun)

distortion, butterfly, crossover, refinement, paradigm shift, switchover, cline, shake out, dynamism, parallax, trend, gradient, roller coaster, whirligig, shake up, creep, twist, reversion, Vagaries, seesaw, sea change, elasticity, effect.

coin (noun)

gold, copper.

conversion (noun)

proselytization, sublimation, reclamation, regeneration.

difference (noun)

variance, variety, divergence.

flip-flop (noun)

switchover.

improvement (noun)

progression.

metal money (noun)

coinage.

motion (noun)

motion.

qualification (noun)

modification.

smaller currency in exchange for larger (noun)

spending money, silver, copper, pocket money.

something made different; alteration (noun)

refinement, novelty, mutation, turn, adjustment, modulation, diversity, distortion, correction, permutation, metamorphosis, innovation, transformation, difference, shift, diversification, variance, variation, variety, transition, conversion, reversal, switch, development, vicissitude, revision, modification, revolution, transmutation.

substitution (noun)

commutation.

substitution; replacement (noun)

flip-flop, turnaround, trade, exchange, interchange, swap.

travel (noun)

passage.

variation (noun)

variation.

variety (noun)

novelty, variance, diversification.

change (verb)

convert, vary, transfigure, modify, deviate, fluctuate, modulate, adapt, transform, vacillate, mutate, transit, diversify, set, reform, adjust, transpose, alter.

convert (verb)

sublimate, regenerate, proselytize, reclaim.

deviate (verb)

digress, wander, veer, differ, diverge, stray.

expand (verb)

liberalize.

invert (verb)

invert, reverse, overturn, upturn, upset, capsize, upend.

make or become different (verb)

convert, tamper with, fluctuate, adapt, metamorphose, mutate, transfigure, substitute, revolutionize, alter, naturalize, diverge, adjust, commute, diversify, vacillate, remake, remodel, reform, translate, alternate, evolve, modify, vary, transmute, transpose, warp, modulate, transform, accommodate, replace, regenerate, veer.

substitute (verb)

displace, subrogate, imitate, represent, swap, supplant, switch, commute, alternate, trade, exchange, second, replace, substitute, supersede.

substitute, replace (verb)

invert, transmit, supplant, displace, remove, reverse.

vary (verb)

ring the changes on, put about.

Usage examples for change:

  • What a change from those early days! - "Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie", Andrew Carnegie.
  • But I'll wait here while you both change. - "Royal Highness", Thomas Mann.
  • Can't a man change his mind? - "The Bars of Iron", Ethel May Dell.

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