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Translation of "change" - English-Japanese dictionary

change

noun /tʃeɪndʒ/
A2 the process or result of something becoming different 変化 We need to make a few changes to the design.
A2 the process of stopping one thing and starting to have or do another thing 変更 a change of address a change of plan
A2 [no plural] the money that you get back when you pay more for something than it costs おつり Here’s your receipt and change.
A2 [no plural] coins, not paper money 小銭 Do you have any change for the parking meter?
a change of clothes A2 a set of clean clothes that you can put on if you need to take off the ones that you are wearing 着替え Make sure you bring a change of clothes.
B1 a different experience from what is usual, or something that is pleasant or interesting because it is unusual or new (環境の)変化, 気分転換 You know, I’m really ready for a change. The holiday will make a nice change.
for a change B1 used to say that something is unusual or new いつもと違って It’s nice to see her smile for a change.
(Definition of change noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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