change into (something)

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change into (something)

1. To transform into something else, often a new form or state. How long will take for the caterpillar to change into a butterfly? The more time I spent on my novel, the more I realized that my scathing critique of modern society had changed into a love story.
2. To transform or alter someone or something into a new form or state. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "change" and "into." My son ran screaming when the magician offered to change him into a frog.
3. To dress oneself in different clothes. As soon as I get home from work, I want to change into comfy clothes immediately.
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change someone or something into someone or something

to make someone or something change form or state. The wizard claimed he could change a horse into a unicorn. He suddenly changed himself into a smiling friend rather than the gruff old man we had long known.
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change into someone or something

to alter one's or its state to another state. The ugly witch changed into a lovely maiden. An insect larva changes into a cocoon.
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change into

v.
1. To transform from one state to some other: The caterpillar will soon change into a moth.
2. To transform something from one state to some other: The alchemist tried to change lead into gold.
3. To put on some other clothing: After my workout at the gym, I showered and changed into regular clothes.
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