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to change / to alter / to transform
to change / to transform / shift / transformation / CL: 個|个
to develop / to evolve / development / evolution
  *变* | 变* | *变
to change / to become different / to transform / to vary / rebellion
gradual change / (graphic design) gradient
constant / unvarying / (math.) invariant
pathological changes / lesion / diseased (kidney, cornea etc)
sudden change / mutation
to transform / to morph / to degenerate / metamorphosis / transmutation / transformation / decay / degeneration
fickle / multi-variate (math.)
huge changes
to meet a contingency / to adapt oneself to changes
distortion / aberration
great changes
reversing (e.g. electric current)
qualitative change / fundamental change
incident / unforeseen event / events (in general)
in an instant a myriad changes (idiom); rapid substantial change
genetic mutation
coup d'état
to change shape in a single shake / fig. to take on a new lease of life
marriage upheaval (infidelity, divorce etc) / marriage breakup
to change according to the situation (idiom); pragmatic
deformation / bending
to flow and change / development and change (of society)
to change dramatically / radical change
to defect / to betray / to mutiny
nothing much changes (idiom); always the same / stuck in a rut
improvisation / flexible / adaptable / pragmatic
Xi'an Incident of 12th December 1936 (kidnap of Chiang Kai-shek 蔣介石|蒋介石)
half-period of a wave motion / alternation
fusion (physics)
quantitative change
fickle / mercurial / changeable / capricious / to be apt to change
(math.) complex variable
to become cancerous / transformation to malignancy (of body cells)
Xuanwu gate coup of June 626 in early Tang, in which Li Shimin 李世民 killed his brothers, seized the throne from his father as Emperor Taizong 唐太宗
atomic fission / nuclear fission / fission
catastrophe / cataclysmic change
restrain your grief, accept fate (condolence phrase)
to change precipitously
shear (physics)
to develop / to evolve
the Mukden or Manchurian Railway Incident of 18th September 1931 used by the Japanese as a pretext to annex Manchuria / also known as Liutiaogou incident 柳條溝事變|柳条沟事变
nuclear fusion
radioactive decay
creep (materials science)
to turn pale at the mention of a tiger (idiom) / to be scared at the mere mention of
to fight corruption and forestall moral degeneration
mutable / volatile / variable
(math.) real variable
mutiny / (Tw) to be dumped by one's girlfriend while serving in the army
disastrous turn / tragic event
elastic deformation
unchanging since times immemorial (idiom) / unalterable / unvarying / monotonous
Marco Polo Bridge Incident of 7th July 1937, regarded as the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War 抗日戰爭|抗日战争
abrupt change / sudden discontinuity
to do whatever is expedient
when you hit bottom, you have to come up with a new approach (idiom)
the military revolt of 960 that led Zhao Kuangyin 趙匡胤|赵匡胤 to found the Song dynasty
modulation / to modulate (electronics)
phonetic change
to show no understanding of the times (idiom); cannot adapt to current circumstances / not amenable to reason
lit. a girl changes eighteen times between childhood and womanhood (idiom) / fig. a young woman is very different from the little girl she once was
Marco Polo Bridge Incident of 7th July 1937, regarded as the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War 抗日戰爭|抗日战争
nuclear transformation / nuclear transmutation
military coup
counterrevolutionary coup of 12th April 1927, Chiang Kai-shek's coup against the communists in Shanghai
loss of love / breakup of a relationship
radical change
New Fourth Army Incident of 1940, involving fighting between the Nationalists and Communists
mutiny / rebellion
emergency management
missense mutation
to adapt to circumstances
coup by Dowager Empress Cixi 慈禧太后 ending the 1898 attempt to reform the Qing dynasty
mass uprising / popular revolt / civil commotion
wind shear (meteorology)
radioactive decay
North China Incident of October-December 1935, a Japanese attempt to set up a puppet government in north China
to sell off sth
Shanghai Incident of 28th January 1932, Chinese uprising against Japanese quarters of Shanghai
the crisis year of 1900 involving the Boxer uprising and the eight nation military invasion
Marco Polo Bridge Incident of 7th July 1937, regarded as the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War 抗日戰爭|抗日战争
shearing / shear deformation
missense mutation
unsuccessful and bloody Korean palace coup in 1884 by Westernisers against conservatives, crushed by Qing troops
understanding and adaptable
not significantly changed
customs change with time (idiom); other times, other manners / O Tempora, O Mores!
the coup of 12th Mar 1927, an attempt by Chiang Kai-shek to suppress the communists / called 反革命政變|反革命政变 or 慘案|惨案 in PRC literature
the Yellow Turbans Peasant Uprising at the end of later Han (from 184)
Korean war (dating from North Korean invasion on 25th Jun 1950)

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