get changed

get changed

To change one's clothes. I can't wear my bikini to dinner—I need to get changed before we go to the restaurant! She's up in her room getting changed out of her uniform right now.
See also: change, get
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The rest of the squad were forced to get changed outside or in the showers while the side couldn't even fit in the same room for a team talk ahead of the match, which saw Cadoxton Barry - whose players were forced to get changed "in shifts" - run out 1-0 winners.
The rest of the squad was forced to get changed outside or in the showers, while the side couldn't even fit in the same room for a team talk ahead of the match, which saw Cadoxton Barry - whose players were forced to get changed "in shifts" - run out 1-0 winners.
Divers use the roadside to get changed, in full view of residents and children playing in the park adjacent.
But knackered Rod finally gave up half way through the second half and decided to get changed at the side line.
Judge Gilmour said: ``This was an unpleasant incident where you took advantage of the modern idea that in sports centres men and women should be able to get changed in neighbouring cubicles.
If they did and he came back he would have to get changed somewhere else.
But Warrington boss Alex Murphy said:"He never discussed the injury with coach John Dorahy or the club's physio and doctor and took it upon himself to get changed,