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  *变* | 变* | *变
to change / to become different / to transform / to vary / rebellion
change / variation / to change / to vary / CL: 個|个
HSK 3
to change / to alter / to modify
to change into / to turn into / to become
to become
to change / to fluctuate / change / fluctuation
variable (math.)
deformation / to become deformed / to change shape / to morph
to change into
frequency conversion
transformer
to transform / to change
to metamorphose (biology) / abnormal / perverted / hentai / (slang) pervert
to transform / to convert / to vary / to alternate / a transformation
to change speed / to shift gear / variable-speed
Transformers (franchise)
to change color / to discolor / to change countenance / to become angry
variation
gearbox / transmission
changes / vicissitudes
HSK 6
mutation / variety / variant
to denature / denaturation / to have a sex change / transsexual
in disguised form / covert
to degenerate / to go bad / to deteriorate / metamorphosis
power transformation
gearbox / speed changer / gear
(transformer) substation
to redden
(photography) zoom / (optics) to adjust the focus
to turn hostile suddenly / face changing, a device of Sichuan Opera, a dramatic change of attitude expressing fright, anger etc
to change irregularly / to fluctuate
an unforeseen event / accident / misfortune
HSK 6
voice change (at puberty) / to alter one's voice (deliberately) / to sound different (when angry etc)
variable (math.)
(lit. and fig.) chameleon
pragmatic / flexible / to act differently in different situations / to accommodate to circumstances
to darken
warming / changing to become warmer
turbulent situation / changing (face, scene, situation, world of etc)
to sell off (one's property)
to darken
to soften
to perform magical tricks
variant
allergic response / allergy
to change the laws / political reform / unconventional method
to disfigure
to undergo change in weather / restoration of reactionary rule or the previous regime
to change (appearance) / to change shape
rheostat (variable resistor)
to stiffen
to get worse / to degenerate
tone sandhi / modified tone / (music) to change key / modulation
to change lanes
poikilothermal (cold-blooded) animal
to cease to be faithful
lit. change to more severe (idiom); to become more intense (esp. of shortcoming) / to aggravate / to intensify
variation (music)
to change one's mind / to go back on one's word
to change unpredictably / unpredictable / erratic / treacherous
variation
unpredictable / changeable
troposphere / lower atmosphere
to alter / to modify / to mutilate (of documents)
changeable / changing / varied / full of changes
to appraise at the current rate
converter / conversion device
capo
converter
metamorphism (geology)
variation (calculus) / deformation
to perform conjuring tricks / to conjure / to juggle
gear lever / stick shift
to change gear
betrayal / defection / turncoat / to change sides politically
turmoil / social upheaval
variable star
(math.) transformation group
(photography) focus ring
to thicken
metamorphic rock (geology)
to change color and alter one's expression (idiom); to go white with fear / out of one's wits
to change into / to turn into / to become
amoeba
drag queen
calculus of variations
variant / variant strain (of virus)
(math.) argument / variable
case change (in grammar)
to turn into
to come to life (by magic)
to exchange labor / labor exchange (system of sharing workforce resources)
a popular form of narrative literature flourishing in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) with alternate prose and rhymed parts for recitation and singing (often on Buddhist themes)
to sour / to turn sour / to curdle
variational principle (physics)
to perform magic / to do magic tricks / prestidigitation
to become revisionist
Vertosols (Chinese Soil Taxonomy)
(music) accidental (a note foreign to the key signature)
lit. calamity in one's armpit (idiom); a major coup happening on one's doorstep / trouble or danger in one's own backyard

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