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change

noun
an instance of this
cambio
a change in the programme/program.
a substitution of one thing for another
cambio
a change of clothes.
coins rather than paper money
cambio, monedas
I’ll have to give you a note – I don’t have any change.
money left over or given back from the amount given in payment
cambio
He paid with a dollar and got 20 cents change.
a holiday, rest etc
cambio
He has been ill – the change will do him good.
(Definition of change from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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