changenoun

  • ja釣り銭、小銭
  • enmoney in small denominations, such as coins, often received when a payment exceeds the amount due

Examples

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1.
Excuse me, where's your bathroom?
2.
Costs a quarter to get in, quarter to get out.
3.
- I don't have no change. - Me neither, girl.
4.
Just hold it, for the culture.
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1.
Looking good, Gary!
2.
You're just gonna leave him in there?
3.
You jerk, you jerk face.
4.
Oh, sweet aspirin.
5.
Three drop nords, exact change, tight!
6.
Swallow!
7.
You're a good guy, Gary.
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1.
- All right. - Oh.
2.
Uh-oh. What you got?
3.
Uh, what you got?
4.
I've got some change.
5.
You got a switchblade on you or something?
6.
- You got a switchblade on you or something? - No, no. It's just a money clip.
7.
- Oh, money clip. - Oh, money clip.
8.
- Keep your coins in that. - Keep your coins in that.
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1.
Trump tweeted out a picture of his head on Rocky's body.
2.
Take a look. This is what he tweeted.
3.
Yeah, clap now, but you know that's gonna be the new $20 bill.
4.
"Gorgeous chest."
5.
"Do you have change for a $20 bill, please?"
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1.
We have games from the '30s on up to today's modern games.
2.
I've seen people walking down an aisle full of pinball machines and they'll stop dead.
3.
The first time I kissed a girl was,
4.
I was playing that game, and I can't believe it's here again!
5.
This is not something that can be digitized and sent down the pipes on the internet.
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This is something that only exists in the real world,
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and the only place to play it is here.
8.
Okay, Tim, we're sold.
9.
Who's got change for a dollar?
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1.
Now, the maxi robes have to be my all-time favorite thing from the Savage X Fenty website.
2.
They're all $18.
3.
$18 and some change.
4.
They come in an array of different colors.
5.
And what I like about this is the fact that you can tie it inside.
6.
And then you wrap it around and tie it outside so that when you're wearing your robe,
7.
it doesn't accidentally slip open and expose you.
8.
It kind of keeps the robe closed when you tie it both in and outward.
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1.
- So, all of this, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms is 1.3 and some change? - Yep. - Correct.
2.
In the Hills.
3.
That seems, all things considered, for LA, pretty normal.

Other meanings for change...

changeverb

  • ja〜を変える
  • ento be or to cause something to be different
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Mute
1.
Oh, man, there's really no easy way to say this.
2.
I've decided to break up with Alan.
3.
Is there somebody else?
4.
No, no, no. It's just...
5.
You know, things change.
6.
People change.
7.
We didn't change.
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You were looking for a way to change your life.
2.
You cannot do this on your own.
3.
All the ways you wish you could be?
4.
That's me.
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1.
I think your dad must have added wrong.
2.
He only tipped 4 percent.
3.
Yeah.
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That's daddy.
5.
"That's daddy"?
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What? Doesn't it bother you?
7.
You're a waitress.
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Yes, it bothers me, Ross.
9.
But, you know, if he was a regular at the coffee house,
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I'd be serving him sneezers.
11.
- So? - So?
12.
Ross, I bugged him about this a million times.
13.
He's not gonna change.
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1.
I want you to know I've changed.
2.
Cool.
3.
We should get a drink later, catch up.
4.
Pick me up around 8:00?
5.
Oh, that is so sweet, but I'm dating Darryl still.
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And we're, like, crazy in love, so...
7.
Cool.
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Look, I know you're upset, but this isn't your last chance to become commissioner.
2.
John Kelly's old.
3.
He's not gonna be in office forever.
4.
True, but he'll just be replaced by another mediocre old white man.
5.
Nothing will ever change.
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1.
Have you successfully changed everything about yourself as planned?
2.
Oh, yeah, you wouldn't recognize me.
3.
I'm wearing a sweater.
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1.
Why did you change all of my lines to alien words?
2.
Well... it's not 'cause I think you're a bad actor.
3.
4.
So can't I say some of my lines in American?
5.
Well... I just felt like you're such an amazing actor,
6.
you don't even need real words to be great.
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1.
The world was modernizing.
2.
As it changed, I changed with it.
3.
These machines were otherworldly.
4.
They felt akin to magic.

changenoun

  • ja変化、釣り銭
  • enthe act, process, or result of changing, such as an alteration, transformation, or substitution
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1.
I'll see your situation and I'll raise you a situation.
2.
Your company is losing clients left and right.
3.
You have a stockholder meeting coming up.
4.
And you are going to have to explain to them why your most profitable branch is bleeding.
5.
So they may be looking for a little change in the CFO.
6.
So I don't think I need to wait out Dunder Mifflin.
7.
I think I just have to wait out you.
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1.
In the end, it all comes down to what you've done.
2.
What have you done with your life, Tyler?
3.
Nothing!
4.
Cut it out, Ian.
5.
Stop vomiting your self-loathing all over everyone.
6.
It's disgusting.
7.
It's not self-loathing, it's appletini!
8.
You wanna make a change in your life?
9.
Do something.
10.
Take a risk for once!
11.
Yeah, take a risk!
12.
Shut it, Tyler!
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1.
Any better this morning?
2.
Any change?
3.
Change?
4.
Yeah, big change.
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1.
I'm glad if today spurred social change.
2.
That's part of my job as regional manager.
3.
But you know what?
4.
Even if it didn't, at least we put this matter to bed.
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1.
What you're doing is irresponsible.
2.
This club actually means something to this town.
3.
You don't think I see that every day out there on the streets?
4.
Are you kidding me?
5.
I think that's what it's all about, embracing change.
6.
Same team!
7.
Being brave.
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1.
Sorry, but this is a firefighter bar now.
2.
Although we might want to make some changes to the decor.
3.
I'm thinking some old-timey pressure gauges,
4.
maybe an autographed photo of Denis Leary from 'Rescue Me.'
5.
You wouldn't.
6.
Wouldn't I?
7.
Check it out.
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1.
Moving across the country is about as big a change as you can make.
2.
It means a lot that you’re bringing me.
3.
It’ll be so nice to feel like a part of something again.
4.
I brought Dawn with me today because she’s a great friend and a great babysitter.
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Mute
1.
Lyra, there's a great change coming that will threaten us all.
2.
I'm going to give you something.
3.
What does it do?
4.
It has a part to play in all this.
5.
- And a major one. - Wait!
6.
Tell me where the alethiometer is.
7.
Or I will destroy all of this.