change

ʧeɪndʒ

Перевод:

Verb: менять изменять изменяться меняться
Noun: изменение смена замена перемена
Adjective: разменный

Фразы:

he had a change of heart - у него переменилось настроение; ≅ он сменил гнев на милость

to change / put in / screw in a bulb - ввернуть лампочку

to change catheter - поменять катетер

to change bandage - делать перевязку, менять повязку

to change one's mind - передумать, изменить решение

to change from / out of smth. - снимать что-л.

to change into smth. - надеть что-л., переодеться во что-л.

drastic / great change - большие перемены

little change - незначительное изменение

marked change - значительные перемены

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Примеры:

Here's your change, sir. - Ваша сдача, сэр. (о сдаче в магазине / кафе)

The car needs an oil change. - Этот автомобиль нуждается в замене масла.

He changed his name. - Он изменил своё имя.

Her mood changes every hour. - Её настроение меняется каждый час.

Can you give me change for a pound? - У вас будет сдача с фунта?

Can you change the baby? - Ты не мог бы поменять подгузник /памперс, пелёнки/?

Can you change a £20 note? - Вы можете разменять банкноту в двадцать фунтов?

Would you change places with me? - Вы не поменяетесь со мной местами?

Change the channel on the TV. - Переключи канал на телевизоре.

There is a great need for change. - Перемены очень нужны.

Stop trying to change the subject! - Прекрати попытки сменить тему!

How about dinner out for a change? - Давай для разнообразия поужинаем в ресторане?

Change is in the air. - Грядут перемены.

Can you make change for $20? - Вы можете разменять 20 долларов? / Вы дадите мне сдачу с 20 долларов?

That will be a welcome change. - Эти перемены будут как нельзя кстати.

I have about a dollar in change. - У меня примерно доллар мелочью.

Can the leopard change his spots? - Горбатого могила исправит. (посл.)

You need to change your bad attitude. - Вам нужно изменить своё отношение к жизни.

The prince was changed into a beggar. - Принц стал нищим.

The society is ripe for change. - Общество созрело для перемен.

We can't change the way things are. - Мы не можем изменить положение вещей.

Have you noticed any change in him? - Вы не заметили в нём каких-то перемен?

The nurse came to change his dressing. - Медсестра пришла, чтобы сменить ему повязку.

He pocketed the change. - Он сунул мелочь в карман.

The morning was cool; a welcome change from the heat of the day before. - Утро было прохладным — долгожданная перемена после вчерашней жары.

We may need to change tactics. - Возможно, нам придётся изменить тактику.

I wouldn't change with him for anything. - Ни за что на свете не согласился бы оказаться на его месте.

The guards change over at midnight. - Охрана сменяется в полночь.

Please change the cat litter. - Поменяй, пожалуйста, кошачий туалет.

an abrupt change in the weather - резкое изменение погоды

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Фразовые глаголы:

When you change down, you move the gear lever in the vehicle you are driving in order to use a lower gear.

If you change over from one thing to another, you stop doing one thing and start doing the other.

When you change up, you move the gear lever in the vehicle you are driving in order to use a higher gear.

Связанные термины:

change up: When you change up, you move the gear lever in the vehicle you are driving in order to use a higher gear.

re-change: to change again

big change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

change down: When you change down, you move the gear lever in the vehicle you are driving in order to use a lower gear.

change face: to rotate the telescope of a surveying instrument through 180° horizontally and vertically, taking a second sighting of the same object in order to reduce error

change feet: to put on different shoes, boots, etc

change jobs: A job is the work that someone does to earn money.

change off: to take turns

change over: If you change over from one thing to another, you stop doing one thing and start doing the other.

huge change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

make change: If you make change, you give someone smaller notes, bills, or coins, in exchange for the same value of larger ones.

oil change: the replacement of dirty engine oil with clean engine oil

real change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

sea change: A sea change in someone's attitudes or behaviour is a complete change.

sex change: a change in a person's physical sexual characteristics to those of the opposite sex, often achieved by surgery

step change: A step change is a sudden or major change in the way that something happens or the way that someone behaves .

the change: → menopause

career change: To change something means to replace it with something new or different.

change color: to become pale

change front: to redeploy (a force in the field) so that its main weight of weapons points in another direction

change habits: A habit is an action which is considered bad that someone does repeatedly and finds it difficult to stop doing.

change hands: if something changes hands, one person or organization gets it from another, usually by buying it

change point: a point to which a foresight and backsight are taken in levelling; turning point

change purse: A change purse is a very small bag that people keep their money in.

change round: to place in or adopt a different or opposite position

change things: You can use thing to refer to any object, feature, or event when you cannot, need not, or do not want to refer to it more precisely .

chord change: a movement from one chord to another

chump change: a small or insignificant amount of money

loose change: money in the form of coins suitable for small expenditures

major change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

minor change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

regime change: the transition from one political regime to another, esp through concerted political or military action

scene change: a change of scene in a theatre, where one set is dismantled and another is erected

short-change: If someone short-changes you, they do not give you enough change after you have bought something from them.

small change: Small change is coins of low value.

social change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

sound change: any phonetic or phonological change in spoken language, for example the replacement of one speech sound with another, or the loss of a particular sound

subtle change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

sudden change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

a sea change: a complete change in someone's attitudes or behaviour

change history: You can refer to the events of the past as history . You can also refer to the past events which concern a particular topic or place as its history.

change machine: a machine that provides smaller denomination coins or notes in exchange for larger ones

change-ringing: the art of bell-ringing in which a set of bells is rung in an established order which is then changed

climate change: Climate change refers to changes in the earth’s climate, especially the gradual rise in temperature caused by high levels of carbon dioxide and other gases .

costume change: a change of costume by an actor

drastic change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

for a change: If you say that you are doing something or something is happening for a change, you mean that you do not usually do it or it does not usually happen, and you are happy to be doing it or that it is happening.

positive change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

change behaviour: People's or animals' behaviour is the way that they behave . You can refer to a typical and repeated way of behaving as a behaviour .

change management: Change management is a style of management that aims to encourage organizations and individuals to deal effectively with the changes taking place in their work.

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Однокоренные слова:

change over - переходить, меняться местами

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