change to

change to

1. To convert something to a different form or method. A noun or pronoun can be used between "change" and "to." How much do you think it will cost to change our heating system to gas?
2. To switch to something. I've saved a lot of money since changing to generic.
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change to something

to convert to something; to give up one and choose another. We will change to standard time in the fall. I decided to change to gas for heating and cooking.
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References in classic literature ?
Not change for change sake, but change to preserve America's ideals: life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness.
However, just like previous studies about the importance of individual readiness to change, the results of this research also more emphasize the importance of individual readiness to change to Affective Commitment to Change.
This included the use of characteristics of theories of change to create a context of contemporary change in the classroom to aid students' understanding and insights for change.
As discussed in more detail below, a taxpayer can now face the risk of the IRS requiring it to (1) use the LIFO method to account for departments or goods that have been excluded from the LIFO method, (2) change from LIFO for one or more pools or (3) change to a different LIFO pooling method.
* INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS MAY CHANGE to follow accounting standards in a particular country.
It is proposed as an engine that can be of significant assistance to those in need of organizing their thinking and actions as they move through the Stages of Change to improved health.
The potential for future climate change to have an impact on asthma and other allergic diseases has been recognized for some time (Curson 1993; IPCC 2001), mostly a result of the well-established link between climate and many aeroallergens and aeroallergen-producing organisms, on the one hand, and air pollution on the other.
Any member can bring a recommended bylaw change to the Bylaws Committee for consideration.
The change to buffet dining was made while maintaining previous food costs but resulted in an 81% decrease in supplement costs, a 350% increase in employee meals, a 311% increase in guest meals, and increased resident satisfaction.
Inform and educate everyone involved with the impending change to help alleviate their fears and reservations.
For real change to happen, community rehabilitation providers and rehabilitation advocates must "raise the bar" for success.
McKinsey & Company carried out a fascinating research project on change to "crack the code" on creating and managing change in large organizations.
These systems must have quick change to take full advantage of the high throughput, says Johansson.
If an item is not includible in income as a matter of law and a taxpayer discontinues reporting the item as income (thereby conforming its treatment to the Supreme Court's decision in Indianapolis Power), that change in reporting constitutes a permanent change to the taxpayer's lifetime reported income.
In an effort to encourage the department to change to a less stressful work schedule, the association asked the department's Behavioral Science Section for any available research that documented the harmful effects of rotating shifts on employee productivity.