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Deutsche Synonyme für Kurswechsel

Englische Synonyme für change of policy

change  aberration  about-face  accommodate  adapt  adjust  advance  agency  agent  alchemy  alter  alteration  alternate  alternative  ameliorate  analogy  analysis  analyze  anatomization  anatomize  ascend  assimilate to  assimilation  assume  assumption  atomization  atomize  avatar  back  back and fill  back up  backup  bandy  barter  be changed  be converted into  be quits with  be renewed  become  becoming  better  bottom out  break  break up  bring to  budge  buy and sell  castrate  change for  change into  change over  change place  change-over  changeling  checker  chop  chop and change  chop logic  circle  climb  coins  come about  come around  come round  commutation  commute  comparison  compensate  compound for  conversion  convert  cooperate  copy  counterchange  counterfeit  deal  deform  degenerate  delegation  demarcation  denature  deputation  deputy  deputyship  descend  desexualize  desynonymization  desynonymize  deteriorate  deviate  deviation  difference  differencing  differentiate  differentiation  discriminate  discrimination  disequalization  disequalize  disjoin  disjunction  displacement  distinction  distinguish  distinguishment  dither  diverge  divergence  diversification  diversify  divide  division  do business  do over  don  double  dress in  dub in  dummy  ebb  equal  equivalent  equivocate  ersatz  exchange  fake  fill-in  fit  fix  flip-flop  flop  flow  fluctuate  geld  get back at  get even with  get into  get on  get over  ghost  ghostwriter  give and take  give in exchange  give place to  go  go around  go round  go sideways  growth  gyrate  hard cash  haul around  horse-trade  imitation  improve  individualization  individualize  individuate  individuation  innovation  interchange  inverse  invert  jibe  lapse  locum tenens  logroll  make  make a distinction  make do with  make over  make way for  makeshift  mark  mark off  mark out  meliorate  metamorphose  metamorphosis  metaphor  metonymy  mitigate  modification  modify  
change course  about ship  back and fill  bear away  bear off  bear to starboard  beat  beat about  box off  break  bring about  bring round  cant  cant round  cast  cast about  change the heading  come about  double a point  fetch about  go about  gybe  heave round  jibe  jibe all standing  miss stays  ply  put about  put back  round a point  sheer  shift  slew  swerve  swing round  swing the stern  tack  throw about  turn  turn back  veer  wear  wear ship  wind  yaw  
change of heart  abject apology  about-face  accommodation  adaptation  adjustment  alteration  amelioration  amendment  apology  apostasy  betterment  break  change  change of allegiance  change of mind  changeableness  constructive change  continuity  conversion  deathbed repentance  defection  degeneration  degenerative change  deterioration  deviation  difference  discontinuity  divergence  diversification  diversion  diversity  fitting  flip-flop  gradual change  heartfelt apology  improvement  mea culpa  melioration  mitigation  modification  modulation  new birth  overthrow  penance  penitence  qualification  radical change  re-creation  realignment  rebirth  reclamation  recrudescence  redemption  redesign  reform  reformation  regeneration  remaking  renascence  renewal  repentance  reshaping  restructuring  reversal  revival  revivification  revolution  saeta  shift  sudden change  switch  total change  transition  turn  turnabout  upheaval  variation  variety  violent change  wearing a hairshirt  worsening  
change of mind  about-face  afterthoughts  ambitendency  ambivalence  amendment  better thoughts  capriciousness  change of allegiance  change of heart  changeableness  double-mindedness  dubiety  dubiousness  fence-sitting  fence-straddling  fickleness  flip  flip-flop  improvement  inconstancy  indecision  indecisiveness  infirmity of purpose  instability  irresolution  mature judgment  mercuriality  mugwumpery  mugwumpism  new birth  rebirth  reclamation  recrudescence  redemption  reform  reformation  regeneration  renascence  renewal  reversal  reverse  revival  right-about  right-about-face  second thoughts  tergiversating  tergiversation  turnabout  turnaround  uncertainty  undecidedness  undeterminedness  unsettledness  unsettlement  volte-face  
changeable  able to adapt  adaptable  adjustable  adrift  afloat  agnostic  alterable  alterative  altered  alternating  ambiguous  ambitendent  ambivalent  amorphous  at loose ends  better  bland  brittle  capricious  chancy  changed  changeful  changing  checkered  choppy  commutable  commutative  converted  convertible  coquettish  corruptible  deciduous  degenerate  desultory  deviable  deviant  deviating  deviative  deviatory  dicey  different  disorderly  divaricate  divergent  diversified  diversiform  dizzy  double-minded  doubting  dubious  dying  eccentric  ephemeral  equal  equalizing  equivalent  equivocal  erose  erratic  evanescent  even  ever-changing  exchanged  faddish  fading  fast and loose  fence-sitting  fence-straddling  fickle  fitful  fleeting  flexible  flickering  flighty  flirtatious  flitting  fluctuating  fluid  fly-by-night  flying  fragile  frail  freakish  fugacious  fugitive  giddy  give-and-take  halfhearted  hesitant  hesitating  impermanent  impetuous  impressionable  improved  impulsive  incalculable  inconsistent  inconstant  indecisive  indemonstrable  infirm  infirm of purpose  infirm of will  insipid  insubstantial  interchangeable  interchanged  irregular  irresolute  irresolved  irresponsible  jagged  jerky  kaleidoscopic  labile  light  malleable  many-sided  mazy  mercurial  metamorphic  metamorphosed  metastasized  milk-and-water  milky  mobile  modifiable  modified  momentary  moody  mortal  motley  movable  mugwumpian  mugwumpish  mushy  mutable  mutant  mutual  neutral  nonconformist  nondurable  nonpermanent  nonstandard  nonuniform  of two minds  passing  perishable  permutable  plastic  pliant  pluralistic  polysemous  protean  proteiform  qualified  quicksilver  ragged  rambling  rebuilt  reciprocal  reciprocating  reciprocative  reformed  renewed  resilient  restless  retaliatory  returnable  revived  revolutionary  rough  roving  rubbery  scatterbrained  shapeless  shifting  shifty  short-lived  shuffling  skept  
changed  altered  assimilated  better  changeable  converted  degenerate  deviant  divergent  improved  metamorphosed  metastasized  modified  mutant  naturalized  qualified  reborn  rebuilt  redeemed  reformed  regenerated  renewed  revived  revolutionary  subversive  transformed  translated  transmuted  unmitigated  worse  
changeless  abiding  all-knowing  all-powerful  all-seeing  all-wise  almighty  boundless  constant  continuing  creating  creative  durable  enduring  eternal  eternally the same  everlasting  firm  fixed  frozen  glorious  good  hallowed  highest  holy  immobile  immortal  immutable  incommutable  inconvertible  indefeasible  inert  inevitable  infinite  insusceptible of change  intact  intransmutable  invariable  inviolate  irretrievable  irreversible  irrevocable  just  lasting  limitless  loving  luminous  majestic  making  merciful  noble  nonreturnable  nonreversible  numinous  omnipotent  omnipresent  omniscient  one  permanent  perpetual  persistent  quiescent  radiant  remaining  reverseless  rigid  sacred  shaping  solid  sovereign  stable  static  stationary  staying  steadfast  supreme  sustained  timeless  torpid  ubiquitous  unalterable  unalterative  unaltered  unbounded  unchangeable  unchanged  unchanging  unchecked  undefined  undeflectable  undestroyed  undeviating  unfading  unfailing  uniform  unlimited  unmodifiable  unremitting  unrestorable  unreturnable  unshifting  unsusceptible  unvariable  unvaried  unvarying  
changeling  agent  alternate  alternative  analogy  backup  change  comparison  copy  counterfeit  deputy  double  dummy  elf child  equal  equivalent  ersatz  exchange  fake  fill-in  ghost  ghostwriter  imitation  locum tenens  makeshift  metaphor  metonymy  next best thing  personnel  phony  pinch hitter  proxy  relief  replacement  representative  reserves  ringer  second string  secondary  sign  spares  stand-in  sub  substituent  substitute  substitution  succedaneum  superseder  supplanter  surrogate  symbol  synecdoche  third string  token  understudy  utility player  vicar  vice-president  vice-regent  

Lexikoneinträge für change of policy

Change (v. t.) To alter
Change (v. t.) To alter by substituting something else for, or by giving up for something else
Change (v. t.) To give and take reciprocally
Change (v. t.) Specifically: To give, or receive, smaller denominations of money (technically called change) for
Change (v. i.) To be altered
Change (v. i.) To pass from one phase to another
Change (v. t.) Any variation or alteration
Change (v. t.) A succesion or substitution of one thing in the place of another
Change (v. t.) A passing from one phase to another
Change (v. t.) Alteration in the order of a series
Change (v. t.) That which makes a variety, or may be substituted for another.
Change (v. t.) Small money
Change (v. t.) A place where merchants and others meet to transact business
Change (v. t.) A public house
Change (v. t.) Any order in which a number of bells are struck, other than that of the diatonic scale.
Policy (n.) Civil polity.
Policy (n.) The settled method by which the government and affairs of a nation are, or may be, administered
Policy (n.) The method by which any institution is administered
Policy (n.) Management or administration based on temporal or material interest, rather than on principles of equity or honor
Policy (n.) Prudence or wisdom in the management of public and private affairs
Policy (n.) Motive
Policy (v. t.) To regulate by laws
Policy (n.) A ticket or warrant for money in the public funds.
Policy (n.) The writing or instrument in which a contract of insurance is embodied
Policy (n.) A method of gambling by betting as to what numbers will be drawn in a lottery

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

change-up
change-of-pace
change-of-pace ball
off-speed pitch
a baseball thrown with little velocity when the batter is expecting a fastball
about-face volte-face
reversal policy change
a major change in attitude or principle or point of view, an about-face on foreign policy
scorched-earth policy the target company defends itself by selling off its crown jewels
change the action of changing something, the change of government had no impact on the economy, his change on abortion cost him the election
pitching change replacing a pitcher in baseball
change of state the act of changing something into something different in essential characteristics
oil change replacing dirty oil with clean
change of color an act that changes the light that something reflects
change of direction
reorientation
the act of changing the direction in which something is oriented
change of course a change in the direction that you are moving
change of magnitude the act of changing the amount or size of something
change of integrity the act of changing the unity or wholeness of something
change of shape an action that changes the shape of something
change ringing ringing tuned bells in a fixed order that is continually changing
change a different or fresh set of clothes, she brought a change in her overnight bag
change a thing that is different, he inspected several changes before selecting one
variety change a difference that is usually pleasant, he goes to France for variety, it is a refreshing change to meet a woman mechanic
reversal
change of mind
flip-flop
turnabout
turnaround
a decision to reverse an earlier decision
defense program
defense policy
defence program
defence policy
a program for defending a country against its enemies
tax program
tax policy
a program for setting taxes
policy a plan of action adopted by an individual or social group, it was a policy of retribution, a politician keeps changing his policies
beggar-my-neighbor policy
beggar-my-neighbour policy
beggar-my-neighbor strategy
beggar-my-neighbour strategy
a policy of promoting oneself at the expense of others, used especially of national policy, the United States has pursued a beggar-my-neighbor policy
policy insurance policy
insurance
written contract or certificate of insurance, you should have read the small print on your policy
floater
floating policy
an insurance policy covering loss of movable property (e.g. jewelry) regardless of its location
policy a line of argument rationalizing the course of action of a government, they debated the policy or impolicy of the proposed legislation
economic policy a government policy for maintaining economic growth and tax revenues
fiscal policy a government policy for dealing with the budget (especially with taxation and borrowing)
social policy a policy of for dealing with social issues
foreign policy a policy governing international relations
trade policy
national trading policy
a government's policy controlling foreign trade
open-door policy
open door
the policy of granting equal trade opportunities to all countries
zero-tolerance policy any policy that allows no exception, a zero-tolerance policy toward pedophile priests
change
alteration
modification
an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another, the change was intended to increase sales, this storm is certainly a change for the worse, the neighborhood had undergone few modifications since his last visit years ago
change of location
travel
a movement through space that changes the location of something
sea change a profound transformation
sex change a change in a person's physical sexual characteristics (as by surgery and hormone treatments)
bureau de change (French) an establishment where you can exchange foreign money
Council on Environmental Policy the executive agency that advises the President on protecting the environment
policy maker someone who sets the plan pursued by a government or business etc., policy makers often make the right decision for the wrong reason
change the result of alteration or modification, there were marked changes in the lining of the lungs, there had been no change in the mountains
change money received in return for its equivalent in a larger denomination or a different currency, he got change for a twenty and used it to pay the taxi driver
change the balance of money received when the amount you tender is greater than the amount due, I paid with a twenty and pocketed the change
small change
chickenfeed
chump change
a trifling sum of money
change coins of small denomination regarded collectively, he had a pocketful of change
chemical process
chemical change
chemical action
(chemistry) any process determined by the atomic and molecular composition and structure of the substances involved
climate change
global climate change
a change in the world's climate
phase change
phase transition
state change
physical change
a change from one state (solid or liquid or gas) to another without a change in chemical composition
temperature change a process whereby the degree of hotness of a body (or medium) changes
change a relational difference between states, especially between states before and after some event, he attributed the change to their marriage
menopause
climacteric change of life
the time in a woman's life in which the menstrual cycle ends
change
undergo a change, become different in essence, losing one's or its original nature, She changed completely as she grew older, The weather changed last night
change alter
vary
become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence, her mood changes in accordance with the weather, The supermarket's selection of vegetables varies according to the season
change alter modify a cause to change, make different, cause a transformation, The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city, The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue
change by reversal
turn
reverse
change to the contrary, The trend was reversed, the tides turned against him, public opinion turned when it was revealed that the president had an affair with a White House intern
change integrity change in physical make-up
change shape
change form
deform
assume a different shape or form
change state
turn
undergo a transformation or a change of position or action, We turned from Socialism to Capitalism, The people turned against the President when he stole the election
change exchange
commute convert
exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category, Could you convert my dollars into pounds?, He changed his name, convert centimeters into inches, convert holdings into shares
change remove or replace the coverings of, Father had to learn how to change the baby, After each guest we changed the bed linens
change change clothes, put on different clothes, Change before you go to the opera
change magnitude change in size or magnitude
change surface undergo or cause to undergo a change in the surface
switch change over shift make a shift in or exchange of, First Joe led, then we switched
convert
change over
change from one system to another or to a new plan or policy, We converted from to Volt
switch shift change lay aside, abandon, or leave for another, switch to a different brand of beer, She switched psychiatrists, The car changed lanes
deepen change become deeper in tone, His voice began to change when he was years old, Her voice deepened when she whispered the password
jibe
gybe
jib
change course
shift from one side of the ship to the other, The sail jibbed wildly
change posture undergo a change in bodily posture
transfer change change from one vehicle or transportation line to another, She changed in Chicago on her way to the East coast
change intensity increase or decrease in intensity
change taste alter the flavor of
change hands
change owners
be transferred to another owner, This restaurant changed hands twice last year
exchange
change
interchange
give to, and receive from, one another, Would you change places with me?, We have been exchanging letters for a year
f victimize swindle
rook
goldbrick nobble
diddle
bunco
defraud
scam
mulct
gyp
gip
hornswoggle
short-change con
fb
deprive of by deceit, He swindled me out of my inheritance, She defrauded the customers who trusted her, the cashier gypped me when he gave me too little change
short-change
short
cheat someone by not returning him enough money
quick-change(a) adept at changing from one thing to another especially changing costumes, a quick-change artist
policy-making concerned with policy, not administration

 

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