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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishalterational‧ter‧a‧tion /ˌɔːltəˈreɪʃən $ ˌɒːl-/ ●●○ AWL noun [countable, uncountable]  CHANGE/BECOME DIFFERENTCHANGE FROM ONE THING TO ANOTHERa small change that makes someone or something slightly different, or the process of this changealteration to If you make alterations to the Windows setup, save the new settings before closing.alteration in Have you noticed any alteration in the patient’s behaviour?minor/major etc alterations The King’s Arms pub is to undergo extensive alterations.
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alterationAs from the effective date shown on your attached policy schedule the following alteration applies to the wording of your policy.I've sent the suit to a tailor for alterations.The general interior layout is magnificent, but later alterations have made the decoration of a lower standard.I can wear an old suit with a little alteration so it will be more reasonable.The government is only cautiously expanding the limited free-market alterations of its socialist economy begun four years ago.Your essay looks fine -- I've suggested one or two minor alterations here and there in the margin.Your 90 2.5 petrol will run perfectly on lead free petrol with no alteration.All patient areas require alteration, decoration and cleaning from time to time.Max walked past her, without acknowledging her presence by the slightest alteration in his expression.We're having some alterations made to our house.She noticed the alteration in his looks and manner.undergo ... alterationsThe scene of many public ceremonies and processions prior to the Reformation, the church underwent many alterations.The fort underwent several alterations before it seems to have been systematically demolished early in the second century.The body has undergone major alterations.
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