Change

Change,

Definition of Change:

  1. Hard money; coins.

  2. Coins as opposed to paper currency.

  3. Take or use another instead of.

  4. Make or become different.

  5. A place where merchants met to do business.

  6. To make something different.

  7. The act or instance of making or becoming different.

  8. An order in which a peal of bells can be rung.

Synonyms of Change

Aberration, About-face, Accommodate, Adapt, Adjust, Advance, Agency, Agent, Alchemy, Alter, Alteration, Alternate, Alternative, Ameliorate, Analogy, Analysis, Analyze, Anatomization, Anatomize, Ascend, Assimilate to, Assimilation, Assume, Assumption, Atomization, Atomize, Avatar, Back, Back and fill, Back up, Backup, Bandy, Barter, Be changed, Be converted into, Be quits with, Be renewed, Become, Becoming, Better, Bottom out, Break, Break up, Bring to, Budge, Buy and sell, Castrate, Change for, Change into, Change over, Change place, Change-over, Changeling, Checker, Chop, Chop and change, Chop logic, Circle, Climb, Coins, Come about, Come around, Come round, Commutation, Commute, Comparison, Compensate, Compound for, Conversion, Convert, Cooperate, Copy, Counterchange, Counterfeit, Deal, Deform, Degenerate, Delegation, Demarcation, Denature, Deputation, Deputy, Deputyship, Descend, Desexualize, Desynonymization, Desynonymize, Deteriorate, Deviate, Deviation, Difference, Differencing, Differentiate, Differentiation, Discriminate, Discrimination, Disequalization, Disequalize, Disjoin, Disjunction, Displacement, Distinction, Distinguish, Distinguishment, Dither, Diverge, Divergence, Diversification, Diversify, Divide, Division, Do business, Do over, Don, Double, Dress in, Dub in, Dummy, Ebb, Equal, Equivalent, Equivocate, Ersatz, Exchange, Fake, Fill-in, Fit, Fix, Flip-flop, Flop, Flow, Fluctuate, Geld, Get back at, Get even with, Get into, Get on, Get over, Ghost, Ghostwriter, Give and take, Give in exchange, Give place to, Go, Go around, Go round, Go sideways, Growth, Gyrate, Hard cash, Haul around, Horse-trade, Imitation, Improve, Individualization, Individualize, Individuate, Individuation, Innovation, Interchange, Inverse, Invert, Jibe, Lapse, Locum tenens, Logroll, Make, Make a distinction, Make do with, Make over, Make way for, Makeshift, Mark, Mark off, Mark out, Meliorate, Metamorphose, Metamorphosis, Metaphor, Metonymy, Mitigate, Modification, Modify, Modulate, Modulation, Mount, Move, Move over, Mutate, Mutation, Mutilate, Naturalization, Naturalize, Neuter, Next best thing, Novelty, Offer in exchange, Oscillate, Overthrow, Particularization, Particularize, Passage, Pay back, Pendulate, Permutation, Permute, Personalization, Personalize, Personnel, Petty cash, Phony, Pin money, Pinch hitter, Plunge, Pocket money, Power of attorney, Progress, Proxy, Put on, Put up with, Qualify, Quid pro quo, Re-create, Re-formation, Realign, Rebuild, Reciprocate, Reconstruct, Reconversion, Reconvert, Redeem, Redesign, Reduce to, Reduction, Refashion, Refine a distinction, Refit, Reform, Regress, Relief, Remake, Render, Renew, Replace, Replacement, Representation, Representative, Requite, Reserves, Reshape, Resolution, Resolve into, Respond, Restructure, Retaliate, Retrogress, Return, Return the compliment, Revamp, Reversal, Reverse, Revert, Revive, Revolution, Ring in, Ring the changes, Ringer, Rise, Rotate, Run, Second string, Secondary, Segregate, Segregation, Separate, Separation, Set apart, Set off, Sever, Severalization, Severalize, Severance, Shift, Shift the scene, Shift with, Shilly-shally, Shuffle the cards, Sign, Silver, Sink, Slip on, Small change, Soar, Spares, Specialization, Specialize, Spending money, Spin, Split hairs, Sport, Stand-in, Stir, Stream, Sub, Subrogation, Subside, Substituent, Substitute, Substitution, Subvert, Succedaneum, Supersedence, Superseder, Superseding, Supersedure, Supersession, Supplantation, Supplanter, Supplanting, Supplantment, Surrogate, Swap, Swap horses, Swerve, Switch, Switch over, Switch-over, Symbol, Synecdoche, Tack, Take a turn, Take in exchange, Teeter, Tergiversate, Third string, Tit for tat, Token, Totter, Trade, Trade in, Trade off, Trade sight unseen, Transfigure, Transform, Transformation, Transit, Transition, Translate, Transmogrify, Transmutation, Transmute, Transplace, Transpose, Transubstantiate, Travel, Truck, Turn, Turn aside, Turn back, Turn into, Turn the corner, Turn the scale, Turn the tables, Turn the tide, Turn upside down, Turning into, Undergo a change, Understudy, Unsex, Utility player, Vacillate, Variation, Variegate, Variety, Vary, Veer, Vicar, Vicariousness, Vice-president, Vice-regent, Vicissitude, Volte-face, Wane, Warp, Waver, Whirl, Wobble, Work a change, Worsen, Coins, Loose change, Small change, Cash, Petty cash, Coinage, Coin, Coin of the realm, Hard cash, Silver, Copper, Coppers, Gold, Convert, Change, Transform, Make, Chime, Carillon, Ring, Ringing, Knell, Toll, Tolling, Sound, Sounding, Death knell, Clang, Boom, Resounding, Reverberation, Change, Touch

How to use Change in a sentence?

  1. Bell ringing is good exercise for the body and mind, the bells are heavy and the bell ringers have to remember the changes.
  2. The change from a nomadic to an agricultural society.
  3. A proposal to change the law.
  4. Many things can change that will slow down your sales and you must be able to adapt to them as quickly as you can.
  5. There was a big change with this years team because their third baseman was gone and they had a few other new players as well.
  6. A handful of loose change.
  7. She decided to change her name.
  8. The change was necessary and it was uncomfortable at first but it was necessary for growth which was later proven.

Meaning of Change & Change Definition