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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 adapt / to rearrange / to revise
to reform / to rectify and improve
to change one's name
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
to mark (homework, exam scripts etc) / to correct and criticize (an article) / to check / to correct / a correction (to a piece of writing)
to revise / to edit
PRC National Development and Reform Commission
to edit / to modify / to alter (written material)
to correct an error
to reorganize / to restructure
to drop a bad habit
reform of the medical system
to alter (text) / to change by painting over / to correct (with correction fluid)
to reorganize / to reshuffle (posts etc)
economic reform
to change outwardly while remaining essentially the same (derog.) (idiom) / (Tw) (non-derogatory) to change considerably / to undergo a transformation
change of appearance / to revise one's point of view
reform process
to remarry (of a woman)
lit. not to change, despite repeated admonition / incorrigible / unrepentant
reelection / to reelect
land reform
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)
to switch from one major or faculty to another (at a university)
correction fluid
to mend one's ways (idiom) / to turn over a new leaf
to alter one's fate / to improve one's luck (e.g. by changing one's name or phone number)
to repent / repentance
political reform
reeducation through labor / laogai (prison camp)
to change a name / to rename
revised draft / new version (of a document)
to change (sth) / to alter (sth) / to change over (to sth else)
to reschedule / to rearrange (e.g. a meeting) / to postpone
to reform and start afresh (idiom); to turn over a new leaf
to change profession
to check and revise
reformism (i.e. favoring gradual change as opposed to revolution)
another day / some other day
political reform
to improve relations
to transition to a new dynasty or regime
Gerze county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sger rtse rdzong
financial reform
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
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
screwdriver / CL:
to change completely
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 recognize one's mistakes and be able to reform oneself (idiom)
If one can change after making a mistake, there is nothing better (idiom)
(of an entity) to come under the administration of (a different authority)
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
to improve communications
old habits are hard to change (idiom)
Gerze county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sger rtse rdzong
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)

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