change
  • US /tʃendʒ/
  • UK /tʃeɪndʒ/
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解釋
  • v. 換(衣服); 兌換,比如紙幣換硬幣; 更改;更換,交換; 改變; 更改;
  • n. 替換的衣服; 零錢; 找零; 做出改變;
例句
  • I need to change before dinner
  • Would you please change these dollars into yen?
  • Could you please change this? There's a hole in it
  • I’d like to change my mind. I’m sorry, I can’t go on the trip
  • I need to change planes in Hong Kong
  • You will need a change of clothes after playing in the dirt
  • The change in my pocket made noise as I walked
  • Did the shopkeeper give you your change?
  • That is a big change, cutting your hair so short

你準備好要改變世界了嗎? (The Google Science Fair )

你準備好要改變世界了嗎? (The Google Science Fair ) Image 01:43
  1. if you could change anything, what would it be?

    如果你能改變某種東西,你想改變什麼?
  2. and what you want to change.

    和想改變的東西
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  1. A word used SO much in the 2008 presidential campaigns that it no longer holds any meaning.
    "The American people want change." -- Pick a Candidate
  2. The greatest song by Tupac ever.
    "I see no changes. Wake up in the morning and I ask myself, "Is life worth living? Should I blast myself?" I'm tired of bein' poor and even worse I'm black. My stomach hurts, so I'm lookin' for a purse to snatch. Cops give a damn about a negro? Pull the trigger, kill a nigga, he's a hero. Give the crack to the kids who the hell cares? One less hungry mouth on the welfare."
  3. Best song of Tupac's
    I see no changes All I see is racist faces
  4. A word that disguises the rearrangement of the government from Democracy to any of the following: [Communism], [Monarchy], [Fascism], [Anarchy], etc.
    Obama '08: Vote for Change
  5. 1. n. The greatest song. 2. pl. Plural of [change]
    I see no changes. Now there are.
  6. (pronouced cha-haan-gay) the word invented by a member of the Daily Show with Jon Stewart that means aboslutely the same thing
    We elected Obama hopping for change, but we got change.
  7. In a basketball shoot-around, after a made shot, the shooter will ask for CHANGE, meaning he wants the ball back to shoot again.
    Gimme some CHANGE, bruh!
  8. an acronym for come help a nigger get elected
    Barack Obamas campaign is all about change
  9. IN OTHER WORDS: days, weeks or months; extra time or extended time
    WOMAN: How old are you? MAN: 34 and some change.
  10. 1. Change is inevitable from a vending machine. 2. What [homeless] people ask for. Tell them change comes from within, like [gas] and the voices in my head. 3. Apparently it also means [tampons]. The secret is out!
    Do you have any Change? Dunno, let me check my pockets and your [pita-pocket].