Part of speech:
To change so as to be suitable to or conform with something else:
To make over in structure or style; reconstruct.
To remove surgically the ovaries of (an animal).
(Bible, proper) The change in the appearance of Jesus on the mountain: Matt. 17
To transfer from (one conveyance) to another:
To undergo or cause to undergo mutation.
The harmonious use of language, as in poetry or prose.
To be left or left over when the rest has been taken away, destroyed, or disposed of in some way
To keep from injury, peril, or harm; protect.
To keep in an existing state; preserve or retain:
To support from below; keep from falling or sinking; prop:
To undergo change in any way; become different
The act or process of being transformed into a different form
(Alchemy) The conversion of base metals into gold and silver
To change for a purpose
The definition of amend means to modify or alter something, often for the better.
To remove the testicles of a male; geld or emasculate.
To change (property) from real to personal, or the reverse
To give variety to; vary:
To change for a purpose
To declare or prove to be false.
(Radio) To vary the amplitude, frequency, or phase of (an oscillation, as a carrier wave) in accordance with some signal
To render ineffective or powerless:
To do over again.
To change or amend
To turn aside or be turned aside from a straight path or established pattern.
To transform so as to exalt or glorify
(Elec.) To change (a voltage or current value) by use of a transformer
(Intransitive) To completely alter one's form.
To undergo transmutation.
To change the purpose, intention, or content of by persuasion or influence:
To modify is to make a change or alteration.
(Computing) During the course of processing some data, and in response to a directive in that data, to fetch data from a different source and process it in-line along with the original data.
To construct again; rebuild; make over
To remove part or all of the reproductive organs of; neuter.
To deprive of anything essential; weaken
To make free of living microorganisms, as by subjecting to great heat or chemical action
To deprive (a male) of the power to reproduce, as by removing the testicles; castrate; geld
To cut off or damage a limb or other important part of (a person or animal)
To become stable or firm; harden:
(Biology) To progress from earlier to later stages of a life cycle:
(Physics) To disintegrate in a process of radioactive decay or particle decay.
To become different
Causing or tending to cause alteration
Having or consisting of various kinds or forms; diverse:
The expression of a quantity in alternative units, as of length or weight.
A change in form for the worse
A policy or practice permitting a juvenile to be removed from traditional processing in juvenile court and placed in a program involving an alternative disposition, such as treatment or rehabilitation services.
An alteration intended to improve:
(Biol.) A sudden variation in some inheritable characteristic in a germ cell of an individual animal or plant, as distinguished from a variation resulting from generations of gradual change
A complete change; a transformation:
A relation of mutual dependence or action or influence
Transformation is the process of changing.
To adjust oneself
The process by which cells and organisms produce other cells and organisms of the same kind. &diamf3; The reproduction of organisms by the union of male and female reproductive cells (gametes) is called sexual reproduction. Many unicellular and most multicellular organisms reproduce sexually. &diamf3; Reproduction in which offspring are produced by a single parent, without the union of reproductive cells, is called asexual reproduction. The fission (splitting) of bacterial cells and the cells of multicellular organisms by mitosis is a form of asexual reproduction, as is the budding of yeast cells and the generation of clones by runners in plants. Many plants and fungi are capable of reproducing both sexually and asexually, as are some animals, such as sponges and aphids.
The state of being altered; a change made in the form or nature of a thing; changed condition.
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