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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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Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.

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.
See also: change
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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References in classic literature ?
If the appearances from sufficiently neighbouring places are either wholly un changed, or changed to a diminishing extent which has zero for its limit, it is usually found that the changes can be accounted for by changes in objects which are between the object in question and the places from which its appearance has changed appreciably.
If a taxpayer changed to or retained a tax year that was its natural business year, and that year no longer qualifies as a permitted year, the taxpayer is using an impermissible year and should change to a permitted year.
In other words, the IRS will not require the taxpayer to change its prior method any earlier than when the taxpayer changed to the CAV method.
For instance, a 28-mm Alcoa finish can be changed to a 28-mm PCO finish with a slight adjustment in the transition region of the preform.
As a result, some of the rules applying to cafeteria plans needed to be changed to conform the accident and health insurance provisions to the new special enrollment rights provided under HIPAA.
That changed to 581 rehabilitations in the second year and 664 in the third year.
As a result of MCO requirements, strategies have changed to maximize four critical, measurable outputs: 1) clinical outcomes; 2) patient satisfaction; 3) cost efficiency; and 4) market share.
In many cases these have changed to meet MCO requirements for patient satisfaction, cost containment, and market share measurements.
Mason predicted, however, that if the SRLY rule is continued, it probably should be changed to apply on a subgroup basis rather than a company-by-company basis.
The name was changed to Associated Industries Mutual Insurance Co.
20, the name of the company was changed to ACA Insurance Co.
481 (a) adjustment was required to be spread over six years, it may be advisable to ask the IRS National Office whether that requirement can be changed to allow a one-year deduction--to conform to the Service's recently corrected view.
Simultaneously, the name of the com pany was changed to Mapfre Reinsurance Corp.