change state

change state
undergo a transformation or a change of position or action

We turned from Socialism to Capitalism


The people turned against the President when he stole the election

Syn: ↑turn
See Also: ↑turn around (for: ↑turn), ↑turn off (for: ↑turn)
Derivationally related forms: ↑turn (for: ↑turn), ↑turning (for: ↑turn)
Hypernyms: ↑change
wake up, ↑awake, ↑arouse, ↑awaken, ↑wake, ↑come alive, ↑waken, ↑zonk out, ↑pass out, ↑black out, ↑come to, ↑revive, ↑resuscitate, ↑tense, ↑tense up, ↑relax, ↑loosen up, ↑unbend, ↑unwind, ↑decompress, ↑slow down, ↑reduce, ↑melt off, ↑lose weight, ↑slim, ↑slenderize, ↑thin, ↑slim down, ↑gain, ↑put on, ↑dress, ↑clothe, ↑enclothe, ↑garb, ↑raiment, ↑tog, ↑garment, ↑habilitate, ↑fit out, ↑apparel, ↑cross-fertilize, ↑cross-fertilise, ↑conceive, ↑secularize, ↑secularise, ↑citrate, ↑equilibrate, ↑fall, ↑become, ↑go, ↑get, ↑worsen, ↑decline, ↑better, ↑improve, ↑ameliorate, ↑meliorate, ↑disengage, ↑overgrow, ↑concentrate, ↑break, ↑acidify, ↑acetify, ↑alkalize, ↑alkalise, ↑alkalify, ↑basify, ↑ionize, ↑ionise, ↑ossify, ↑catalyze, ↑catalyse, ↑get worse, ↑relapse, ↑fluctuate, ↑explode, ↑burst forth, ↑break loose, ↑die, ↑decease, ↑perish, ↑exit, ↑pass away, ↑expire, ↑pass, ↑kick the bucket, ↑cash in one's chips, ↑buy the farm, ↑conk, ↑give-up the ghost, ↑drop dead, ↑pop off, ↑choke, ↑croak, ↑snuff it, ↑be born, ↑cloud over, ↑carbonize, ↑carbonise, ↑cool, ↑chill, ↑cool down, ↑heat, ↑hot up, ↑heat up, ↑carburize, ↑carburise, ↑freeze, ↑boil, ↑burn, ↑combust, ↑emaciate, ↑Frenchify, ↑thicken, ↑inspissate, ↑solvate, ↑react, ↑dissolve, ↑fade out, ↑fade away, ↑empty, ↑discharge, ↑fill, ↑fill up, ↑homogenize, ↑homogenise, ↑curdle, ↑clabber, ↑clot, ↑coagulate, ↑sour, ↑turn, ↑ferment, ↑work, ↑integrate, ↑precipitate, ↑calcify, ↑coke, ↑carnify, ↑chondrify, ↑emulsify, ↑denitrify, ↑esterify, ↑etherify, ↑thrombose, ↑open, ↑open up, ↑close, ↑shut, ↑sorb, ↑take up, ↑calm, ↑calm down, ↑cool off, ↑chill out, ↑simmer down, ↑settle down, ↑cool it, ↑thrive, ↑prosper, ↑fly high, ↑flourish, ↑emancipate, ↑liberate, ↑get into, ↑tangle with, ↑liquefy, ↑erupt, ↑ignite, ↑catch fire, ↑take fire, ↑conflagrate
Verb Group: ↑become, ↑turn, ↑grow
Verb Frames:

Something ——s


Somebody ——s

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

Игры ⚽ Нужно сделать НИР?

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Change state — In CAD or CSG, the change state or delta state (as defined by ACIS) refers to the intermediate modifications made to a document before it is saved. Hence, if one has a history of changes, it is the collective set of intermittent modifications,… …   Wikipedia

  • Change management (people) — Change Management is a structured approach to transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired future state. The current definition of Change Management includes both organizational change management processes …   Wikipedia

  • State-building — is a term used in state theory. It describes the construction of a functioning state. This concept was first used in connection to the creation of states in Western Europe and focused on the power enforcement of state in society (Tilly 1975).… …   Wikipedia

  • Change management — is a structured approach to shifting/transitioning individuals, teams, and organizations from a current state to a desired future state. It is an organizational process aimed at helping employees to accept and embrace changes in their current… …   Wikipedia

  • Change of Heart (novel) — Change of Heart   Hardcover USA edition …   Wikipedia

  • Change Is Now: Renewing America's Promise — Compilation album by Various artists Released April 28, 200 …   Wikipedia

  • Change We Must — Studio album by Jon Anderson Released 17 October 1994 ( …   Wikipedia

  • Change 123 — Cover of Change 123 volume 1 as published Akita Shoten ちぇんじ123 (Chenji Hi Fu Mi) …   Wikipedia

  • Change (Killing Joke song) — Change Single by Killing Joke from the album Killing Joke B side …   Wikipedia

  • Change — (ch[=a]nj), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Changed} (ch[=a]njd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Changing}.] [F. changer, fr. LL. cambiare, to exchange, barter, L. cambire. Cf. {Cambial}.] 1. To alter; to make different; to cause to pass from one state to another; as, to …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”