Part of speech:
Full of change; inconstant
Capable of moving or of being moved readily from place to place:
Of, like, or causing vibration
Changeable; variable; fluctuating
Not remaining firm in mind or purpose
Not determined; undecided:
That can be changed
Smooth and flowing; graceful:
Not firm or stable; shaky
Lacking in resolution; indecisive.
Firmly in position; stationary:
Remaining the same; showing or undergoing no change:
marked by continuous change or effective action
To vary is to change, to cause something to change or to differ in some way from something or someone else.
To swing or whisk.
To give and receive mutually; exchange.
(Finance) To pass in exchange
(Intransitive) To become darker or more intense
To exchange (a currency) for an equivalent amount of another currency or precious metal
To transfer oneself or be transferred; move
To veer is to turn or swerve sharply or to go off course.
To be unable to choose between different courses of action or opinions; waver:
To cause to move around in order to achieve a result, such as opening, closing, tightening, or loosening:
To change from one substance into another; transmute; transform
To transfer or shift; now, specif., to change the usual, normal, relative, or respective order or position of; interchange
To transfer (tissue, a body structure, or an organ) from an animal or cadaver to a person.
To change completely; transform, esp. in a grotesque or strange manner
(Elec.) To change (a voltage or current value) by use of a transformer
To change the figure, form, or outward appearance of; transform
To tergiversate is to often change your mind about a subject or cause, or to change your alliances.
To swap is defined as to trade or exchange.
Substitute means to use something instead of the originally needed item or to have a person do something for another.
To reconsider and change or modify:
To turn or move in the opposite direction.
Revamp is to repair, restore or give something old a new appearance or a new life.
To take the place of; to supply the want of; to fulfil the end or office of.
To put into a new and improved form or condition; to restore to a former good state, or bring from bad to good; to change from worse to better; to amend; to correct.
(Physics) To vary regularly between maximum and minimum values, as an electric current
(By extension) To change direction to face a certain way.
To change posture or position; stir:
To change or vary the pitch, intensity, or tone of (one's voice or a musical instrument, for example).
To change or cause to change into a wholly different form or appearance; transform.
To turn, bend, or curve, usually inward
Graduate means to mark a container with lines showing amounts of a liquid or solid.
To be continually changing or varying in an irregular way
To distribute (investments) among different companies or securities in order to limit losses in the event of a fall in a particular market or industry.
To turn aside from a course or way:
Coin means to make metal money, or to come up with something new.
To remove the testicles of; emasculate; geld
To exchange for or convert into ready money:
To move apart, or withdraw, from a clinch in boxing
To change or revise (a legislative bill, law, constitution, etc.)
To make suitable to or fit for a specific use or situation:
(Animal Husbandry) To improve by crossing with a pure breed
To become cloudy
To alter slightly.
Deflect is defined as to cause something to change direction, or to deter someone from his/her intended purpose.
To change its course by being tacked, or sail against the wind by a series of tacks
To turn aside or cause to turn aside sharply or suddenly from a straight line, course, etc.
Diverge is defined as to move in a different direction, to branch off or to change from a viewpoint.
To come into conformity, as with one's surroundings; become suited, as to one's associates, circumstances, etc.
To become moderate
To develop or work out fully
To become or make ripe; mature, age, cure, etc.
To remove the clothing of; disrobe.
To give in exchange for something else:
To remove or uproot in order to replace with something else
(Chemistry) To replace (an atom, radical, ion, or molecule) in a compound during a reaction.
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
To shape is to mold something or someone.
To increase the contrast of (a photographic image).
(Music) To reduce (a perfect or minor interval) by a semitone.
To increase the number of electrons of (an atom, element, or ion)
(Dated) To use or employ to good purpose; to turn to profitable account.
To prepare an edition of for publication:
To scold or punish so as to improve or reform.
The definition of invert is to turn something upside down or to put something into the opposite direction.
To establish a nonnative species in a region where it is able to reproduce successfully and live alongside native species in the wild. Naturalized species may be introduced intentionally or unintentionally. Eucalyptus trees are native to Australia but have become naturalized in many other parts of the world.
To adjust again; rearrange
(Often reflexive) To render fit, suitable, or correspondent; to adapt; to conform; as, to accommodate ourselves to circumstances.
To modify by the addition of a moderating element; moderate:
To construct again; rebuild.
To make modern; bring up to date in style, design, methods, etc.
To regain or restore the physical or mental vigor of; revive:
(Video games) To make an enhanced remake of (a computer or video game).
To subject to a political or social revolution.
To modify the manner or appearance of (a person, for example) in order to prevent recognition:
To redecorate (a room, etc.)
To keep up in a race or contest:
To have and keep in one's grasp:
To continue; go on being
To continue to exist or prevail; endure; remain
To go on with; carry on; keep up; persist in
To dwell, remain, reside, or stay.
To arrange properly or in a certain way; set in order; adjust
To reduce from a dislocated or fractured state.
To maintain throughout; to keep intact.
To adhere or conform to; keep:
To grow to be; change or develop into by growth
To dress in formal clothes
To lay aside, abandon, or leave for another; switch:
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