Main Entry: 1change
Pronunciation: \ˈchānj\
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): changed; chang·ing
Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French changer, from Latin cambiare to exchange, probably of Celtic origin; akin to Old Irish camm crooked
Date: 13th century
transitive verb
1 a: to make different in some particular :b: to make radically different : transform c: to give a different position, course, or direction to
2 a: to replace with another b: to make a shift from one to another : switch c: to exchange for an equivalent sum of money (as in smaller denominations or in a foreign currency) d: to undergo a modification of e: to put fresh clothes or covering on
intransitive verb
1: to become different
2of the moon : to pass from one phase to another
3: to shift one's means of conveyance : transfer 4of the voice : to shift to lower register : break
5: to undergo transformation, transition, or substitution
6: to put on different clothes

YUME is ever changing, and it takes place at the speed of thought, we are timeless in this way. As the new year lurks around the corner, we are looking forward to the change we have worked so hard for. Be prepared and join the family.


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