To change position
To cause to shift, sense 1
To put in gear
change gears, double-clutch, downshift, split-shift, put in drive; see also drive 3.
To give up in return for something else:change, commute, exchange, interchange, substitute, switch, trade. (Informal) swap. See change, substitute
To leave or discard for another:change, switch. See change, substitute
To alter the settled state or position of:dislocate, displace, disturb, move, shake. See move
To go or cause to go from one place to another:maneuver, move, remove, transfer. See move
To change the direction or course of:avert, deflect, deviate, divert, pivot, swing, turn, veer. See change
To progress or perform adequately, especially in difficult circumstances:do, fare, fend, get along, get by, manage, muddle through. (Informal) make out. Idioms: make do, make shift. See thrive
The act of exchanging or substituting:change, commutation, exchange, interchange, substitution, switch, trade, transposition. (Informal) swap. See change, substitute
A limited, often assigned period of activity, duty, or opportunity:bout, go, hitch, inning (often used in plural), spell3, stint, stretch, time, tour, trick, turn, watch. See time
Something used temporarily or reluctantly when other means are not available:expediency, expedient, makeshift, stopgap. See help, substitute
An often sudden change or departure, as in a trend:tack, turn, twist. See change
A change in normal place or position:dislocation, displacement, disturbance, move, movement, rearrangement. See move
The process or result of changing from one appearance, state, or phase to another:change, changeover, conversion, metamorphosis, mutation, transfiguration, transformation, translation, transmogrification, transmutation, transubstantiation. See change
The process or an instance of passing from one form, state, or stage to another:change, passage, transit, transition. See change
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