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To change your opinion, attitudes or behaviour

change your mind

to change a decision or an opinion

see reason/sense

to change a decision because you realize that you are wrong

adapt

verb

to change your ideas or behaviour so that you can deal with a new situation

revise

verb

to change your opinion or judgment of someone or something

move on

to change your ideas, attitudes, behaviour etc

renounce

verb

to state formally that you no longer believe in something or support something

come round

to change your opinion or decision because someone has persuaded you to agree with them

capitulate

verb

to stop opposing what someone wants and agree to it, usually because they are stronger than you

move with the times

to change your ideas or behaviour as the world or the situation changes

turn against

to stop liking or supporting someone or something and to start opposing them

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