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change up

v.
1. To alter something: The cafeteria changed up the menu after people complained that they were tired of macaroni and cheese. When the other team discovered our strategy, we had to change it up.
2. To switch to a higher gear when driving a motor vehicle: When you accelerate, you have to change up or the car will stall.
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These levers are connected to the pitcher's mound and affect the speed, direction and type of pitch, making six different pitches possible: fastballs, curveballs, sliders, sinkers, screwballs and change ups.
Naw, just jokes, this one is a little slower in places, but its got the same change ups and background crooning.