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reform / CL: , 種|种, 項|项 / to reform
  *改* | 改* | *改
to change / to alter / to transform / to correct
to transform / to reform / to remodel / to remold
to change / to alter / to transform
to make better / to improve / CL: 個|个
to improve / to make better / CL: 個|个
to change one's costume / to repackage / to remodel / to refit / to modify / to convert
to change into
to revise the current edition / revised edition
to adapt / to rearrange / to revise
to change one's name
to reform and open to the outside world / refers to Deng Xiaoping's policies from around 1980
to alter / to modify / to revise
to revise / to edit
to rebuild / to transform (a building) / to refurbish
to reorganize / to restructure
to change one's reservation / to transfer to a different flight or airline
to correct / to amend / to put right / correction / CL: 個|个
to change over to / to switch to / to use (sth different)
Gerze county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sger rtse rdzong
to reorganize / to reshuffle (posts etc)
to drop a bad habit
to correct an error
to change a name / to rename
change of appearance / to revise one's point of view
to amend a judgment / to overrule the original decision / to commute (a sentence)
another day / some other time / to find another day (for appointment etc) / to take a rain check
reelection / to reelect
to correct / to fix
to remarry (of a woman)
to change (sth) / to alter (sth) / to change over (to sth else)
to change profession
to adjust one's head and turn one's face (idiom); cosmetic changes / Despite superficially new policies, the substance remains unchanged.
to change route / to divert (a road or a watercourse)
to reschedule / to rearrange (e.g. a meeting) / to postpone
reform process
to transition to a new dynasty or regime
to reform and start afresh (idiom); to turn over a new leaf
a convert
to change an emperor's or ruler's reign title (old)
to alter one's fate / to improve one's luck (e.g. by changing one's name or phone number)
screwdriver / CL:
to mend one's ways (idiom) / to turn over a new leaf
another day / some other day
to correct (improve) a translation
a gift of money given by parents on both sides after a wedding, to their new daughter-in-law or son-in-law
to improve communications
reformism (i.e. favoring gradual change as opposed to revolution)
to improve relations
Gerze county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Sger rtse rdzong
to convert / to turn into (sth else) / to adapt (a story to another medium)
the reformist party
to revise (text, plan etc)
change of string, move out of rut (idiom); dramatic change of direction / to dance to a different tune
to improve one's family's social status by moving up in the world / to switch one's allegiance to a new patron
to convert (to another religion)
to switch from one major or faculty to another (at a university)
to change profession or business
to mend one's ways
turn away from evil and follow virtue
to change / to modify
to change completely
to transition to a new dynasty
to deny / to go back on one's word
Treaty of Saint Petersburg of 1881 in which Russia agreed to hand back Yili province to Qing China in exchange for compensation payment and unequal treaty rights
to change one's tune / to modify one's previous remark / to change the way one addresses sb (as when one marries and starts to call one's husband's parents 爸爸 and 媽媽|妈妈)
to revise a manuscript
to improve (sth) / to reform (a system)

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