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adapt to change for a particular use. [1/2 definitions]
additive a substance added to another substance in small amounts to change or improve it.
adjust to change or adapt. [2/3 definitions]
affect1 to cause a change in; influence. [1/2 definitions]
affix an element of meaning that is added to a word to change its meaning or function; prefix or suffix. The prefix "pre-" and the suffix "-ness" are both affixes. [1/2 definitions]
alter to make different in some way; change. [2 definitions]
amend to change or add to a law, contract, or other document.
amendment an official change made to a bill, law, or other document.
arrange to change so as to fit a particular type of musical performance. [1/3 definitions]
bend to change direction in a curving way. [1/5 definitions]
boil1 to change from a liquid to a gas by heating. [1/5 definitions]
boycott to refuse to buy, use, or go to, in order to make a protest or bring about a change. [1/2 definitions]
break a sudden change. [1/19 definitions]
bring to cause to happen or change. [1/3 definitions]
brink the point just before a major change happens. [1/2 definitions]
budge to change or begin to change position slightly. [2 definitions]
cancel to mark, cross out, or change to keep from being used again. [1/2 definitions]
cash register a business machine with a drawer that holds money. A cash register is used in places such as stores and restaurants to accept payments and give change. A cash register also keeps a record of money that goes in and out.
cedilla a mark ( ). It is placed under certain letters to change that letter's pronunciation in French, where "" has the sound of "s."
chameleon a lizard that is able to change its skin color to match its environment.
cocoon a covering made by young insects and some other arthropods to protect themselves while they change from a pupa into an adult. Some spiders make cocoons to hide their eggs.