English version

small change

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsmall changesmall changea) coins you have that do not have a high value I only had about a pound in small change. b) used to emphasize that something is a small amount of money when it is compared to a larger amount The program costs $20 million a year, small change by Washington standards. change
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small changeFor each member of the group, a small change of habit was the first step to an identity of its own.Beggars were asking for small change.However, it does result in small changes in the tabulated values of the molar entropies of gases.Try some of these steps: Make some small changes first.Such small changes are invaluable in giving themes renewed vitality, while at the same time preserving unity.Investors holding ninety-day Treasury bills experience very small changes in the value of those bills as interest rates fluctuate.All this is very small change but very typical of our brother.Very small changes make the biggest difference.Even back then forty-five cents was small change.The program costs $20 million a year, small change in Washington.
small changesmall changecoins of low value I didn’t have any small change for the parking meter. small
Examples from the Corpus
small changeEven back then forty-five cents was small change.Such small changes are invaluable in giving themes renewed vitality, while at the same time preserving unity.All this is very small change but very typical of our brother.Try some of these steps: Make some small changes first.However, it does result in small changes in the tabulated values of the molar entropies of gases.Investors holding ninety-day Treasury bills experience very small changes in the value of those bills as interest rates fluctuate.Very small changes make the biggest difference.For each member of the group, a small change of habit was the first step to an identity of its own.
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