a conversion or complete change from one thing, condition, or system to another, as in equipment, personnel, methods of production, etc.:
a changeover to automated equipment.
an alteration or complete reversal from one method, system, or product to another: a changeover to decimal currency
a reversal of a situation, attitude, etc
the act of transferring to or being relieved by a team-mate in a relay race, as by handing over a baton, etc
Also called change, takeover. the point in a relay race at which the transfer is made
(sport, mainly Brit) the exchange of ends by two teams, esp at half time
to adopt (a completely different position or attitude): the driver and navigator changed over after four hours
(intransitive) (sport, mainly Brit) (of two teams) to exchange ends of a playing field, etc, as after half time
The time when a new system has been tested successfully and replaces the old system.
a small pocket or compartment for holding coins.
a person or thing that changes something. record changer. Obsolete. a moneychanger. n. early 14c., agent noun from change (v.), or else from Old French changeour “money-changer, barterer,” from changier.
a room for use in changing one’s clothes.
- Changes of raiment
were reckoned among the treasures of rich men (Gen. 45:22; Judg. 14:12, 13; 2 Kings 5:22, 23).