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A number of significant changes have taken place since the 1960s.
a change in the law
The report proposes some fundamental changes to the Social Security system.
The computer industry has undergone enormous changes in the last 20 years.
We made a few changes to the schedule for tomorrow's meeting.
Here's your change.
They told the cab driver to keep the change.
This is the American English definition of change. View British English definition of change.
happy and positive because you are confident that you will get what you want
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