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changeverb

  • ja〜を変える
  • ento be or to cause something to be different

Examples

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Hey, Chris, what do you think about changing the music?
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Sure.
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Baths would change from dark, steamy rooms to light ones.
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Whoa!
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It looks like it's changing colors, like the seasons.
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The world was modernizing.
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As it changed,
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I changed with it.

Other meanings for change...

changenoun

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

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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Look at the change in color.
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One week.
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It must not be denied, but I am a plain-dealing villain.
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And your son took that from me.
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The change in his voice is what makes the whole entire scene.
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The mechanics are the guys that are actually making changes on the car.
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But the engineer is telling them what to do to the car.
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This is really hard.
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I'm terrible at making decisions on my own.
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That is just a slight change and it is a golden tint.
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You better this morning?
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Any change?
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Change?
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Yeah, big change.
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You wanna make a change in your life?
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Do something.
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Take a risk for once!
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Sorry, but this is a firefighter bar now.
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Although we might wanna make some changes to the decor.
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I'm thinking some old-timey pressure gauges,
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maybe an autographed photo of Denis Leary from 'Rescue Me.'
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You wouldn't.
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Wouldn't I?
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Check it out.