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Changeless

ˈtʃeɪndʒ.ləs

Meanings of Changeless:

adjective

Remaining the same.

Usage examples:

Changeless truths

Changeling

ˈtʃeɪndʒ.lɪŋ

Meanings of Changeling:

noun

A child believed to have been secretly substituted by fairies for the parents' real child in infancy.

Usage examples:

As in the bard's plot, there is the fairy king oberon at odds over a changeling boy with his fairy …

Changelings

ˈtʃeɪn(d)ʒlɪŋ

Meanings of Changelings:

noun

A child believed to have been secretly substituted by fairies for the parents' real child in infancy.

Usage examples:

As in the bard's plot, there is the fairy king oberon at odds over a changeling boy with his fairy …

Changement

ˌʃɒ̃(d)ʒmɒ̃ də ˈpjeɪ

Meanings of Changement:

noun

A leap during which a dancer changes the position of the feet.

Usage examples:

Cecchetti soubresaut, in which the feet make a kind of fifth position in the air, is the companion …

Meanings of Changeover:

noun

A change from one system or situation to another.

Usage examples:

The changeover from handicraft to mechanized manufacture

Meanings of Changeovers:

noun

A change from one system or situation to another.

Usage examples:

The changeover from handicraft to mechanized manufacture

Changer

ˈɡeɪm ˌtʃeɪn.dʒər

Meanings of Changer:

noun

A person or thing that changes something.

Usage examples:

We didn't go for speed, we just went for people who had proved themselves in the past to be very co…

Changers

ˈɡeɪm ˌtʃeɪn.dʒər

Meanings of Changers:

noun

A person or thing that changes something.

Usage examples:

We didn't go for speed, we just went for people who had proved themselves in the past to be very co…

Changes

tʃeɪndʒ

Meanings of Changes:

verb

Make (someone or something) different; alter or modify.

Usage examples:

Both parties voted against proposals to change the law
noun

An act or process through which something becomes different.

Usage examples:

The change from a nomadic to an agricultural society

Changing

ˈtʃeɪn.dʒɪŋ

Meanings of Changing:

verb

Make (someone or something) different; alter or modify.

Usage examples:

Both parties voted against proposals to change the law
noun

An act or process through which something becomes different.

Usage examples:

The change from a nomadic to an agricultural society
adjective

In a state of becoming different

Usage examples:

The rapidly changing world of politics, changing attitudes towards childcare, changing circumstances

Meanings of Changing of the guard:

noun

A person or group of people whose job it is to protect a person, place, or thing from danger or attack, or to prevent a person such as a criminal from escaping

Usage examples:

Prison guards, armed guards were posted at every exit.
phrase

A ceremony in which a group of soldiers replaces the soldiers who have finished their time on duty standing outside an important public building, such as a palace (= a building where a king or queen lives)

Usage examples:

The band played the national anthem during the changing of the guard., i hope to get to buckingham …

Meanings of Chank:

noun

The large spiral shell of the gastropod mollusc turbinella rapa found in the indian ocean, considered sacred in hinduism and buddhism; (also) the gastropod itself. in later use also: the shell of any of various other molluscs of the genus turbinella.

verb

To chew (something), especially noisily or enthusiastically; to munch.

Meanings of Chankings:

noun

A chomping or chewing sound.

Channel

ˈtʃæn.əl

Meanings of Channel:

noun

A length of water wider than a strait, joining two larger areas of water, especially two seas.

Usage examples:

The bay includes saltmarsh, shallow and open water, tidal channels, mudflats and numerous islands, …
verb

Direct towards a particular end or object.

Usage examples:

The council is to channel public funds into training schemes

Meanings of Channelbill:

noun

(more fully "channel-bill cuckoo") = channel-billed cuckoo .

Channeled

ˈtʃan(ə)ld

Meanings of Channeled:

verb

Direct towards a particular end or object.

Usage examples:

The council is to channel public funds into training schemes
adjective

Characterized by grooves or furrows.

Usage examples:

The pottery is usually plain and dark in colour, sometimes with channelled decoration and moulded h…
noun

A length of water wider than a strait, joining two larger areas of water, especially two seas.

Usage examples:

The bay includes saltmarsh, shallow and open water, tidal channels, mudflats and numerous islands, …

Channeling

ˈtʃæn.əl

Meanings of Channeling:

verb

Direct towards a particular end or object.

Usage examples:

The council is to channel public funds into training schemes
noun

A length of water wider than a strait, joining two larger areas of water, especially two seas.

Usage examples:

The bay includes saltmarsh, shallow and open water, tidal channels, mudflats and numerous islands, …

Meanings of Channelization:

noun

The alteration of the course of a river or other waterway so as to form straight channels, typically in order to improve the flow of water, protect against flooding, etc. now chiefly north american.

Channelize

ˈtʃan(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Channelize:

verb

Another term for channel (sense 1 of the verb).

Channelized

ˈtʃan(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Channelized:

verb

Another term for channel (sense 1 of the verb).

Channelizes

ˈtʃan(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Channelizes:

verb

Another term for channel (sense 1 of the verb).

Channelizing

ˈtʃan(ə)lʌɪz

Meanings of Channelizing:

verb

Another term for channel (sense 1 of the verb).

Meanings of Channelled:

adjective

Characterized by grooves or furrows.

Usage examples:

The pottery is usually plain and dark in colour, sometimes with channelled decoration and moulded h…
verb

Direct towards a particular end or object.

Usage examples:

The council is to channel public funds into training schemes

Past simple and past participle of channel

Channelling

ˈtʃan(ə)l

Meanings of Channelling:

verb

Direct towards a particular end or object.

Usage examples:

The council is to channel public funds into training schemes
noun

A length of water wider than a strait, joining two larger areas of water, especially two seas.

Usage examples:

The bay includes saltmarsh, shallow and open water, tidal channels, mudflats and numerous islands, …

Meanings of Channelly:

adjective

Consisting of or containing gravel; gravelly.

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