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Word of the day: Change

To make (something) different:

To change your address.

To substitute another or others for; exchange for something else,usually of the same kind:

She changed her clothes when she got home from the office.

To transform or convert (usually followed by into):


Alter, transform, vary, mutate, amend, modify.

Change, alter both mean to make a difference in the state or condition of a thing or to substitute another state or condition. To change is to make a material difference so that the thing is distinctly different from what it was. For eg: to change your house. To alter is to make some partial change, as in appearance, but usually to preserve the identity. For eg: to alter a dress, as by raising the hem (to change a dress would mean to put on a different one).


She changed her phone number recently.

The venue of the event has been changed.

He is a changed man now.

You can’t change the whole world.

Her attitude towards him has finally changed.


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