Traducción en chino (tradicionál) de “change”
change verb (BECOME DIFFERENT)
› [I or T] to make or become different, or to exchange one thing for another thing, especially of a similar type
I almost didn't recognize her - she'd changed so much.
That was twenty years ago and things have changed since then.
Nothing changes, does it - I've been away two years and the office still looks exactly the same.
People have changed their diets a lot over the past few years.
I'm going to change my hair style.
I had to change those trousers I bought for (= take them back to the shop in order to get) a bigger pair.
She's just changed jobs.
Let's change the subject (= talk about something different).
ChangingAdapting and modifying Adapting and attuning to somethingChanging frequently change your mind › to form a new opinion or make a new decision about something which is different from your old one
If you change your mind about coming tonight, just give me a call.
When I first met him I didn't like him but I've changed my mind.
Changing your mind change for the better › to improve
Her attitude has definitely changed for the better since she started this new job.
ChangingAdapting and modifying Adapting and attuning to somethingChanging frequentlyBecoming betterMaking things betterMaking progress and advancing change places › to be in someone else's situation
I wouldn't change places with him for the world!
Replacing and exchanging change your ways › to improve the bad parts of your behaviour
If he wants to carry on living here, he's going to have to change his ways and learn to be a bit more tidy.
ChangingAdapting and modifying Adapting and attuning to somethingChanging frequently