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verb as in change
The Covid-19 effect that has altered our day-to-day habits in 2020 may have its greatest impact on the upcoming holiday shopping season.
Other studies have shown that the ducks can alter their typical migratory journeys in responses to changes in the environment.
The pandemic has significantly altered the economy and the job market, including for workers just starting their careers.
Instead of trying to alter those microbiomes, which can be difficult, pregnant women could receive the needed metabolites directly.
Despite its non-conventional look, Mo-DBRS opens the door to analyzing brain signals in humans in environments close to the real world, while also having the ability to alter those brain signals wirelessly with a few taps on a tablet.
They dye their hair and alter their clothes, but not enough to attract attention from authorities.
He even allegedly had a nickname for his violent, aggressive alter ego: Rick.
Some of the things Lawrence had to alter from the book involved President Coin, played by Julianne Moore.
Both Trudeau and Alter, levelheaded as they are, are extremely meticulous about their production.
“Democrats say, ‘The only Republicans I like are the ones I see on Alpha House,’” Alter says.
Sinus duo sunt maiores, vastque; alter is, qui S. Laurentij gurges; alter, qui Francius appellatur.
The Federal Reserve Board reserves the right to add to, alter, or amend these regulations.
Cert alter nostrm magnam itineris partem ger, debilitatsque iacuit.
Nam neque id diu fuit, & semper altero decumbente, alter stetit.
Ergo statim ex Aquitania euocatus Sacerdos vnus, alter ex ipsa Francia desumptus.
When To Use
What is another way to say alter?
To alter is to make some partial change, as in appearance, while still preserving the identity: to alter a dress, as by raising the hem (to change a dress would mean to put on a different one). To change is to make a material difference so that something is distinctly different from what it was: to change one’s opinion.
On this page you'll find 143 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to alter, such as: adjust, amend, change, develop, modify, and reshape.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.