Definitions for change course
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word change course
jibe, gybe, jib, change course(verb)
shift from one side of the ship to the other
"The sail jibbed wildly"
The numerical value of change course in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of change course in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I see nothing on the calendar outside a geopolitical event that is going to make them (the Fed) change course at this point.
The middle class in America is at a tipping point. It will not last another generation if we don’t boldly change course now.
The story today in the U.S. is growth with modest inflation, which is great for equities, i see nothing on the calendar outside a geopolitical event that is going to make them (the Fed) change course at this point.
I am deeply relieved by Alan Gross’ safe return to the United States, and I support President Obama’s decision to change course on Cuba policy, while keeping the focus on our principal objective: supporting the aspirations of the Cuban people for freedom.
We have not and will not agree to cooperate with Russia so long as they continue to pursue this misguided strategy, it remains our hope that Russia will see that tethering itself to a sinking ship is a losing strategy because Russia has the opportunity to change course and do the right thing. I don't know if they will.
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