verb (used with object), changed, chang·ing.
verb (used without object), changed, chang·ing.
- to take turns with another, as at doing a task.
- to alternate between two tasks or between a task and a rest break.
- to perform all permutations possible in ringing a set of tuned bells, as in a bell tower of a church.
- to vary the manner of performing an action or of discussing a subject; repeat with variations.
Origin of change
SYNONYMS FOR change
Examples from the Web for unchanged
Other aspects of their autism, including language skills, were unchanged.
I hear it again in my ears, as I did that day in October 1971, ardent and raspy, unchanged by the passage of time.Bernard-Henri Lévy: André Malraux’s Bangladesh, Before the Radicals|Bernard-Henri Lévy|April 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His ultimate career goal is unchanged as he nears the end of the eighth grade and prepares to begin high school.
Federal government employment was unchanged, and states cut 3,000 jobs.Today’s Unemployment Report Is an S.O.S. to the Fed|Daniel Gross|September 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Crucially, though, Obama holds a commanding 57 percent to 34 percent advantage among those who say their finances are unchanged.Genuinely Enlightening Poll Result to Share With You|Michael Tomasky|September 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
More exactly, since the real direction of the star is unchanged, the sun seems to be approaching the star.The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India|R. V. Russell
In the body text, variable spellings such as villany : villainy and intire : entire are unchanged.
The occupations of their father were unchanged, and his health seemed sustained, but that of her mother was not satisfactory.Endymion|Benjamin Disraeli
Meantime his son in silence took a seat, perfectly composed and with unchanged countenance.Sacred Books of the East|Various
Mrs. van Oudijck looked out once or twice and thought Labuwangi unchanged.The Hidden Force|Louis Couperus
British Dictionary definitions for unchanged (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for unchanged (2 of 2)
- military to redeploy (a force in the field) so that its main weight of weapons points in another direction
- to alter one's attitude, opinion, etc
Derived Formschangeless, adjectivechangelessly, adverbchangelessness, nounchanger, noun
Word Origin for change
Idioms and Phrases with unchanged
In addition to the idioms beginning with change
- change hands
- change horses in midstream, don't
- change off
- change of heart
- change of life
- change of pace
- change one's mind
- change one's stripes
- change one's tune
- change the subject
- for a change
- leopard cannot change its spots
- piece of change
- ring the changes