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Synonyms for change

Synonyms for change

to make or become different

to give up in return for something else

to leave or discard for another

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the process or result of making or becoming different

the process or an instance of passing from one form, state, or stage to another

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a relational difference between states

the result of alteration or modification

the balance of money received when the amount you tender is greater than the amount due

a thing that is different

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a different or fresh set of clothes

coins of small denomination regarded collectively

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money received in return for its equivalent in a larger denomination or a different currency

a difference that is usually pleasant

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cause to change

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undergo a change

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become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence

change clothes

exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category

change from one vehicle or transportation line to another

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become deeper in tone

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remove or replace the coverings of

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Many agencies are ready for a culture change, and with careful planning and commitment, any organization can realize the benefits of a new and improved culture.
The transportation community needs a culture change that emphasizes an operational approach to assigned missions and leadership at the individual level, TLPs at the company level, and the MDMP at the battalion level.
Green House adopter guidance has been primarily focused on initial implementation, similar to the focus of many culture change initiatives (Rahman and Schnelle 2008).
Most delegates recognized that by collaborating and refining solutions to PREA compliance, they were, in fact, beginning the culture change they had come to discuss.
This volume is a primer on culture change, with specific reference to postimperial Ethiopia.
McKinnon, a safety consultant, safety culture change agent, author, and trainer, focuses on how changing the way an organization views and practices safety will impact the behavior of employees, and describes how to change the safety personality of a workplace.
Speaking about the decade-long culture change he has embedded at the defence giant, Olver told delegates at a recent CIMA/Tomorrow's Company event that it is also essential that businesses obtain buy-in from the top if a culture change is to be successful.
A culture change is needed, aspiration must be encouraged among the young, more investment is required to turn things round.
The Wales International Business Council (WIBC) feels a deeper business culture change is needed that would include a change in the outlook of governments and their policy, together with a change in the attitudes of government implementation bodies.
ENERCON is the national coordinating platform tasked with the vital and challenging mandate of efficiency culture change in the energy use in all sectors of economy.
But some remain to be convinced the former Trade Secretary can bring about the massive culture change that is needed to reduce the burden of bureaucracy on Welsh employers.
We need the passion, the heart, to follow culture change to its logical conclusion.
The Institute of Directors (IoD) urged the Government to ''step out of the way'' of industry, warning that a culture change was needed to release firms from being ''over burdened''.
The Residence at Gouverneur Court will be the first full-scale implementation of Culture Change in New York City public healthcare.
That whole culture change, which has to start in the Cabinet and ends up at the front line of all of our services, is the big change that is coming.
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