2 Translation results for: change
change verb
changed, has changed, is changing, changes
بَدَّلَ, أَبْدَلَ, تَبَدَّلَ, حَوَّرَ
غَيَّرَ, دَالَ, تَخَلَّقَ, تَطَوَّرَ, قَلَبَ, قَلَّبَ
اسْتَحَالَ, حَالَ, حَوَّلَ, أَحَالَ, تَحَوَّلَ
Example sentences of
change verb
  • Her mood changes every hour.
  • He changed from an optimist to a pessimist.
  • The town has changed little in recent years.
  • These events have changed me in my attitude to life.
  • You can't change human nature.
  • Life changed him from an optimist into a pessimist.
  • The leaves change color from green to red in the fall.
  • She changed her name when she got married.
  • France has changed its monetary unit from the franc to the euro.
  • change the channel on the TV
Synonyms of
change verb
change noun
تَغْيِير, تَغْيِيرَة, تَغَيُّر
تَبْدِيل, مُبَادَلَة, اسْتِبْدَال, تَبَدُّل, إِبْدَال
تَحْوِيل, تَحَوُّل
Example sentences of
change noun
  • There has been little if any change in her daily routine.
  • You shouldn't be afraid of change. Change is a natural part of life.
  • The years have brought many changes to the town's economy.
  • Have you got change for a $10 bill?
  • We need to make some changes in the system.
  • We've had to make a slight change in the schedule.
  • Many voters believe that it's time for a change.
  • a change for the worse
  • We've been so busy that a quiet day at home was a welcome change.
  • We eat at home a lot, so dining out sometimes is a nice change.
Synonyms of
change noun
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