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  • change places — to exchange positions with someone. He may be rich and famous, but I wouldn t change places with him, not even for a million dollars. The twins looked so alike, they would sometimes trade places and confuse their teachers …   New idioms dictionary

  • change places (with somebody) — change/swap ˈplaces (with sb) idiom (usually used in negative sentences) to be in sb else s situation • I m perfectly happy I wouldn t change places with anyone. Main entry: ↑placeidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • change places — change/swap/trade/places (with someone) phrase to take someone’s position while they take yours I’d love to swap places with someone famous, just for a day. Thesaurus: to replace, or to be replacedsynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • change places — switch places; switch roles, switch parts …   English contemporary dictionary

  • change places with someone — change/swap/trade/places (with someone) phrase to take someone’s position while they take yours I’d love to swap places with someone famous, just for a day. Thesaurus: to replace, or to be replacedsynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • change places — verb To exchange positions …   Wiktionary

  • change — change1 W1S1 [tʃeındʒ] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(become different/make something different)¦ 2¦(start doing/using something different)¦ 3¦(replace something)¦ 4 change your mind 5 change sides 6¦(clothes)¦ 7¦(bed)¦ 8¦(exchange goods)¦ 9¦(exchange money)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • change — 1 /tSeIndZ/ verb 1 BECOME DIFFERENT (I, T) to become different: Susan has changed a lot since I last saw her. | changing circumstances/attitudes etc: Animals must be able to adapt to changing conditions in order to survive. | change out of all… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • change — I n. alteration transition 1) to bring about, effect, make a change 2) to undergo change 3) a drastic, great, marked, momentous, radical, striking, sweeping; long overdue, needed, welcome; quick; sudden change; little change (there was little… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • change — [[t]tʃe͟ɪnʤ[/t]] ♦ changes, changing, changed 1) N VAR: usu with supp If there is a change in something, it becomes different. → See also sea change The ambassador appealed for a change in US policy... What is needed is a change of attitude on… …   English dictionary

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