make change

make change

 (for someone) (for something)
1. to return change [coins] for someone to use for some purpose. Will you please make change for me for the telephone? I will make change for the telephone for you.
2. to return change [coins or bills or both] to someone for paper money. The clerk refused to make change for her for the dollar bill. I will be happy to make change for a ten for you.
See also: change, make
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Profound and powerful forces are shaking and remaking our world, and the URGENT question of our time is whether we can make change our friend and not our enemy.
The animated characters of Penny and Bill will show children ages 6 through 8 just how they can count money and make change in the lively, colorful, entertaining and instructive Rock 'N Learn DVD "Money & Making Change".
He wanted to know / everyone in the end / he was a kind // man did errands / for old people younger / than he helped kids // with school met people / in stores on the street / please may I help // And the last day / he said You know / this world could be // a better place just / promise me that you / will help he waited // he made change may / I help you please / make change
Recent cases show that companies can't make change stick by mimicking the generalisations of the latest guru and imposing a concept of change at odds with the company's values - especially if it overturns at a stroke time-honoured processes and systems.
Kids learn to count money, make change and add and subtract decimals as they help the critter clientele develop a flair for fashion
Sponsors of 403(b)s continue to make changes to improve the value of their plans and the retirement readiness of participants, according to a recent benchmarking survey.
The human rights groups believe the provisional government should adopt new public budget or make changes in the current budget.
Their research found that 96 per cent of companies were planning to make changes to their workplace pension schemes; 68 per cent said they were making changes because they were concerned about risk; 60 per cent needed to reduce cost and 45 per cent were making changes as a result of the 2009 budget.
Forty-seven percent of those surveyed said that the 401(k) plan at their firm included at least one of the "tainted" funds; of those, 75 percent have made or may make changes to their plans in response.
When anthrax began showing up in America's mail, Rohde knew the $27 billion manufacturer would need to make changes to protect its employees and its food.
At this point, Gilbert said, the RSA can only hope the Senate will understand the necessity to make changes in the law and force the Assembly to go along.