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make changes

This page is about the collocation make changes

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to change something in specific ways

For example

  • We need to make some changes to the schedule.

  • What are the most important changes that need to be made to our taxation system?

Note:
Related collocations include "make alterations" and "make adjustments"

Quick Quiz

"I've made some changes to my speech" means I've

a. changed a few words or sentences

b. changed the speech's time or venue

c. decided to give a very different speech

Contributor: Matt Errey