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Definition of "changed" []

  • To make or become different; alter (verb)
  • To replace with or exchange for another (verb)
  • To transform or convert or be transformed or converted (verb)
  • To give and receive (something) in return; interchange (verb)
  • To give or receive (money) in exchange for the equivalent sum in a smaller denomination or different currency (verb)
  • To remove or replace the coverings of (verb)
  • To put on other clothes (verb)
  • (of the moon) to pass from one phase to the following one (verb)
  • To operate (the gear lever of a motor vehicle) in order to alter the gear ratio (verb)
  • To alight from (one bus, train, etc) and board another (verb)
  • The act or fact of changing or being changed (noun)
  • A variation, deviation, or modification (noun)
  • The substitution of one thing for another; exchange (noun)
  • Anything that is or may be substituted for something else (noun)
  • Variety or novelty (esp in the phrase for a change) (noun)
  • A different or fresh set, esp of clothes (noun)
  • Money given or received in return for its equivalent in a larger denomination or in a different currency (noun)
  • The balance of money given or received when the amount tendered is larger than the amount due (noun)
  • Coins of a small denomination regarded collectively (noun)
  • A place where merchants meet to transact business; exchange (noun)
  • The act of passing from one state or phase to another (noun)
  • The transition from one phase of the moon to the next (noun)
  • The order in which a peal of bells may be rung (noun)
  • Desirable or useful information (noun)
  • Fickleness or caprice (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of change. (verb)

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Use "changed" in a sentence
  • "” “The world has changed but things in Washington have not changed” and this has led to an assault on the American dream."
  • "Canterbury be diminished or changed, in present or _future times_, which was appointed by our predecessor Pope Gregory, _however human circumstances may be changed_: but more especially by the authority of"
  • "Of course every one changes in opinion between twenty and thirty; doubtless, I have changed; yet I am not conscious that I have so much _changed_, as made up my mind on points on which I had no opinion."