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and change meaning

  "and change" in a sentence
  • [American idiom]
    [some number of dollars] plus between 1 and 99 cents more.
    The book cost $12.49. That's twelve dollars and change.
    Subway fare is now one dollar and change.

  • [American slang]
    plus a few cents; plus a few hundredths. (Used in citing a price or other decimal figure to indicate an additional fraction of a full unit.)
      This one only costs ten bucks and change.
      The New York Stock Exchange was up seven points and change for the third broken record this week.

Examples

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  1. it spots trends and changes in eating habits.
  2. rabinovitz had winked and changed the subject.
  3. we see all human institutions grow and change.
  4. go and change out of those damp clothes into something dry.
  5. this fellow is always chopping and changing; he 's very unreliable.

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