change round

change round

vb (adverb)
to place in or adopt a different or opposite position
n
the act of changing to a different position
Translations

w>change round

(esp Brit)
vi = change over VI b
vt sep roomumräumen; furnitureumstellen; tyresaustauschen, auswechseln
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WINTER PREP: It's the start of the big change round here.
If things change round, and believe it or not, over the decades they do, it would be good to know that our children had the chance to seek work in a more prosperous country.
Redknapp is trying to t change round his team and QPR are change round his team and QPR ato on o good terms with Marseille o af a ter forking out for striker a Loic Remy.
My strategy when I came to Everton was to change the age group around to bring in young players who would give me value on the pitch, give me resale value, the age would change round and it would take time to get that going.
Neath enjoyed the wind advantage on the change round and it was Prestatyn's turn to back pedal.
OK, Matt's got himself a decent lead and my two retirements were a blow, but we're still only 12 rounds in and there's plenty of time for things to change round.
That is the prelude to a massive closeseason change round at the club, with Moyes releasing another six youngsters, and likely to offload goalkeeper Richard Wright and defender Alessandro Pistone while also resigning himself to the fact that centre back
If there were any doubts at the change round Coventry soon dispelled them within 13 minutes of the second half getting under way three more tries opening up a 47-15 margin.
There has been quite a big change round, mainly to make room for the two-year-olds.
Whether that's from the off or with 20 minutes to go, they are the ones that you look to change round and get that spark in a game.
But there was a real change round in the second half as the big Eccles pack got to work - and forced Widnes onto the back foot for long periods of the match.
Richard Jardim and Jit Jagatia won the men's doubles comfortably 6-0, 6-2 against David Alabaster and Justin Grigg, while the ladies doubles was a closer affair which saw C&NW pair Maggie Lester and Margaret Pearson lose out to Robyn Crighton and Sue Barnes 6-1, 4-6, and 7-10 in a championship tie-breaker, leaving the match evenly balanced at the change round.