change

change
[ ein‹] 1. verb
1) (to make or become different: They have changed the time of the train; He has changed since I saw him last.) forandre sig; ændre
2) (to give or leave (one thing etc for another): She changed my library books for me.) bytte
3) ((sometimes with into) to remove (clothes etc) and replace them by clean or different ones: I'm just going to change (my shirt); I'll change into an old pair of trousers.) skifte
4) ((with into) to make into or become (something different): The prince was changed into a frog.) forvandle
5) (to give or receive (one kind of money for another): Could you change this bank-note for cash?) veksle; bytte
2. noun
1) (the process of becoming or making different: The town is undergoing change.) forandring
2) (an instance of this: a change in the programme.) ændring
3) (a substitution of one thing for another: a change of clothes.) erstatning; skifte-
4) (coins rather than paper money: I'll have to give you a note - I have no change.) småpenge
5) (money left over or given back from the amount given in payment: He paid with a dollar and got 20 cents change.) byttepenge
6) (a holiday, rest etc: He has been ill - the change will do him good.) forandring
- change hands
- a change of heart
- the change of life
- change one's mind
- for a change
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[ ein‹] 1. verb
1) (to make or become different: They have changed the time of the train; He has changed since I saw him last.) forandre sig; ændre
2) (to give or leave (one thing etc for another): She changed my library books for me.) bytte
3) ((sometimes with into) to remove (clothes etc) and replace them by clean or different ones: I'm just going to change (my shirt); I'll change into an old pair of trousers.) skifte
4) ((with into) to make into or become (something different): The prince was changed into a frog.) forvandle
5) (to give or receive (one kind of money for another): Could you change this bank-note for cash?) veksle; bytte
2. noun
1) (the process of becoming or making different: The town is undergoing change.) forandring
2) (an instance of this: a change in the programme.) ændring
3) (a substitution of one thing for another: a change of clothes.) erstatning; skifte-
4) (coins rather than paper money: I'll have to give you a note - I have no change.) småpenge
5) (money left over or given back from the amount given in payment: He paid with a dollar and got 20 cents change.) byttepenge
6) (a holiday, rest etc: He has been ill - the change will do him good.) forandring
- change hands
- a change of heart
- the change of life
- change one's mind
- for a change

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