DICTIONARY

change

名詞
  • ja

    変化

    Globify による定義
  • en

    the act, process, or result of changing, such as an alteration, transformation, or substitution

    Globify による定義
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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!
名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    釣り銭、小銭

  • en

    money in small denominations, such as coins, often received when a payment exceeds the amount due

  • Here's your change, $2.

    From 6 Signs Your Guilty Conscience Owns You

  • - Your change, sir. - Thank you.

    From this had to happen

  • $8.08 is your change.

    From Kevin the Cashier at the New York Public Library, Part 2

  • And 6 more examples...
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    〜を変える

  • en

    to be or to cause something to be different

  • Hey, Chris, what do you think about changing the music?

    From Best of Chris Traeger - Parks and Recreation

  • Baths would change from dark, steamy rooms to light ones.

    From A glimpse of teenage life in ancient Rome - Ray Laurence

  • It looks like it's changing colors, like the seasons.

    From People Try Lush’s Halloween Bath Bombs

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