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N-VAR 变化;改变;变革 If there is a change in something, it becomes different.
The ambassador appealed for a change in US policy...
What is needed is a change of attitude on the part of architects...
N-SING (令人愉快的)变化，改变 If you say that something is a change or makes a change, you mean that it is enjoyable because it is different from what you are used to.
It is a complex system, but it certainly makes a change...
Do you feel like you could do with a change?
VERB 改用;改做 If you change from one thing to another, you stop using or doing the first one and start using or doing the second.
His doctor increased the dosage but did not change to a different medication...
He changed from voting against to abstaining.
V-ERG (使)变化;(使)改变 When something changes or when you change it, it becomes different.
We are trying to detect and understand how the climates change...
In the union office, the mood gradually changed from resignation to rage...
VERB 更换;替换 To change something means to replace it with something new or different.
I paid £80 to have my car radio fixed and I bet all they did was change a fuse...
If you want to change your doctor there are two ways of doing it.
VERB 换(衣服)；更衣 When you change your clothes or change, you take some or all of your clothes off and put on different ones.
Ben had merely changed his shirt...
They had allowed her to shower and change...
N-COUNT 替换衣服；备用衣服 A change of clothes is an extra set of clothes that you take with you when you go to stay somewhere or to take part in an activity.
He stuffed a bag with a few changes of clothing.
VERB 换(床单) When you change a bed or change the sheets, you take off the dirty sheets and put on clean ones.
After changing the bed, I would fall asleep quickly...
I changed the sheets on your bed today.
VERB 给(婴儿)换尿布;换(尿布) When you change a baby or change its nappy or diaper, you take off the dirty one and put on a clean one.
She criticizes me for the way I feed or change him...
He needs his nappy changed.
VERB 转乘，换乘(交通工具);转车;转机 When you change buses, trains, or planes or change, you get off one bus, train, or plane and get on to another in order to continue your journey.
At Glasgow I changed trains for Greenock...
We were turned off the train at Hanover, where we had to change.
VERB 换(挡) When you change gear or change into another gear, you move the gear lever on a car, bicycle, or other vehicle in order to use a different gear.
The driver tried to change gear, then swerved...
He looked up into the mirror as he changed through his gears.
N-UNCOUNT 找零;找头 Your change is the money that you receive when you pay for something with more money than it costs because you do not have exactly the right amount of money.
'There's your change.' — 'Thanks very much.'...
They told the shopkeeper to keep the change.
N-UNCOUNT 硬币 Change is coins, rather than paper money.
Thieves ransacked the office, taking a sack of loose change...
The man in the store won't give him change for the phone unless he buys something.
N-UNCOUNT 零钱 If you have change for larger notes, bills, or coins, you have the same value in smaller notes, bills, or coins, which you can give to someone in exchange.
The courier had change for a £10 note.
VERB 兑换(货币);换(零钱) When you change money, you exchange it for the same amount of money in a different currency, or in smaller notes, bills, or coins.
You can expect to pay the bank a fee of around 1% to 2% every time you change money...
If you travel frequently, find an agency that will change one foreign currency directly into another.
PHRASE 换换口味;变个花样 If you say that you are doing something or something is happening for a change, you mean that you do not usually do it or it does not usually happen, and you are happy to be doing it or that it is happening.
Now let me ask you a question, for a change...
Liz settled back in her seat, comfortably relaxed, enjoying being driven for a change.