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to change / to alter / to transform
reform / CL: , 種|种, 項|项 / to reform
to amend / to alter / to modify
to improve / to make better / CL: 個|个
to make better / to improve / CL: 個|个
to correct / to amend / to put right / correction / CL: 個|个
to improve (sth) / to reform (a system)
  *改* | 改* | *改
to change / to alter / to transform / to correct
to change one's reservation / to transfer to a different flight, airline, bus or train
to transform / to reform / to remodel / to remold
to change into
to change one's costume / to repackage / to remodel / to refit / to modify / to convert
to reform / to rectify and improve
to change one's name
to adapt / to rearrange / to revise
to alter
to revise the current edition / revised edition
to alter / to modify / to revise
to reform and open to the outside world / refers to Deng Xiaoping's policies from around 1980
abbr. for 國家發展和改革委員會|国家发展和改革委员会, PRC National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), formed in 2003
to rebuild / to transform (a building) / to refurbish
to tamper with / to falsify
to change over to / to switch to / to use (sth different)
PRC National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), formed in 2003
PRC National Development and Reform Commission
to revise / to edit
to edit / to modify / to alter (written material)
to correct an error
to reorganize / to restructure
to mark (homework, exam scripts etc) / to correct and criticize (an article) / to check / to correct / a correction (to a piece of writing)
to drop a bad habit
to alter (text) / to change by painting over / to correct (with correction fluid)
reform of the medical system
to reorganize / to reshuffle (posts etc)
to adjust one's head and turn one's face (idiom); cosmetic changes / Despite superficially new policies, the substance remains unchanged.
reform process
to remarry (of a woman)
lit. not to change, despite repeated admonition / incorrigible / unrepentant
reelection / to reelect
land reform
change of appearance / to revise one's point of view
another day / some other time / to find another day (for appointment etc) / to take a rain check
to amend a judgment / to overrule the original decision / to commute (a sentence)
to correct / to fix
to change route / to divert (a road or a watercourse)
correction fluid
to mend one's ways (idiom) / to turn over a new leaf
to repent / repentance
political reform
reeducation through labor / laogai (prison camp)
to change a name / to rename
revised draft / new version (of a document)
economic reform
to change (sth) / to alter (sth) / to change over (to sth else)
to reschedule / to rearrange (e.g. a meeting) / to postpone
to change profession
to check and revise
reformism (i.e. favoring gradual change as opposed to revolution)
another day / some other day
political reform
Gerze county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sger rtse rdzong
financial reform
to reform and start afresh (idiom); to turn over a new leaf
genetic modification (GM) / abbr. for 基因改造
reform of the writing system
it is easier to change mountains and rivers than to alter one's character (idiom) / you can't change who you are / Can the leopard change his spots?
correctional labor camp
change of string, move out of rut (idiom); dramatic change of direction / to dance to a different tune
to alter one's fate / to improve one's luck (e.g. by changing one's name or phone number)
abbr. for 勞動改造|劳动改造 / reform through labor / laogai (prison camp)
to revise (text, plan etc)
to renew / to reform
to transition to a new dynasty or regime
I am who I am (and I'm not ashamed) / fig. to be proud of one's name and stand by one's actions
land reform / same as 土地改革
genetic modification
to alter / to modify / to change / to tamper
to improve communications
to recognize one's mistakes and be able to reform oneself (idiom)
screwdriver / CL:
If one can change after making a mistake, there is nothing better (idiom)
correct any mistakes you made, but maintain your good record if you did not make them (idiom)
completely correcting one's former misdeeds (idiom); to repent past mistakes and turn over a new leaf / a reformed character
a gift of money given by parents on both sides after a wedding, to their new daughter-in-law or son-in-law
to change an emperor's or ruler's reign title (old)
to change profession or business
old habits are hard to change (idiom)
Gerze county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sger rtse rdzong
to improve relations
genetic modification (GM)
to improve water quality
to improve one's family's social status by moving up in the world / to switch one's allegiance to a new patron
to transition to a new dynasty
to convert (to another religion)
to switch from one major or faculty to another (at a university)
to correct (improve) a translation
the reformist party

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