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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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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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In his remarks, Hawley admitted that the changes to the prohibited items list might attract the most attention, but considered this change less important than the fact that the TSA was focusing on higher threat areas like explosives.
Advocates are demanding changes to assure the same protections as afforded other citizens, while others believe they can reveerse social change by enshrining penalties and fostering stigma on the alternative families involved.
154, we published a description of the board's conclusions in that guidance and the changes to existing standards (that is, APB Opinion no.
2] and other greenhouse gases have enhanced the greenhouse effect, resulting in global warming and other changes to climate.
SAN Change Management must be able to simulate changes to determine the impact of any change on a SAN prior to implementation, analyzing the change impact on application availability, performance and security.
If a taxpayer changes to or retains a natural business year or an ownership tax 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.
Top management must clearly understand that they, too, are under scrutiny and subject to making changes to better the company.
PVCS Change Manager for Oracle makes it easy to see, understand and manage changes to Oracle Applications, regardless of whether these changes are Oracle patches, third-party enhancements or custom modifications.
Career counseling and guidance can move with the changes to make a greater difference in people's lives by helping them connect the parts of their own lives and connect with others in community for the common good.
He was less concerned with reaching consensus than in making the changes to secure the fiscal situation of the overall agency.
TEI believes that it is improper for the IRS to refrain from initiating changes to a return simply because the change is favorable to the taxpayer.
Although the mold may be the first thing one considers when quick change comes to mind, processors note that little will be gained from a fast mold change unless there are provisions for equally prompt changes to the plug assist, ejector device, clamp frame or chain rails, trim tool, oven, material feed, product stacker, and heat exchanger or chiller.
Most of the activities undertaken during agenda setting serve to smooth the way for both the social and the technical changes to come as part of continuous improvement, but they are particularly important in shaping new attitudes and to the success of change in philosophy and values.
This is in contradistinction to a small change that will accumulate with other small changes to produce gradual or "first-order" change.
Significant changes to the interest sensitivity of spending have occurred in residential and nonresidential construction expenditures.