Definitions for changer
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a person who changes something
"an inveterate changer of the menu"
record changer, auto-changer, changernoun
an automatic mechanical device on a record player that causes new records to be played without manual intervention
an electronic device which changes one replaceable medium for another, such as a record changer, which can store several records and move each one automatically to the playing table; or a CD changer, whch can store multiple compact disks and move each one to the reading slot, in a sequence determined by the user.
Someone or something who changes things.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
One that is employed in changing or discounting money.
Etymology: from change.
A changer is an individual or device that has the ability to modify, alter, or shift a certain element or situation. This can refer to various specifics, such as a record changer device that changes recorded discs, a song changer who switches tracks, a money changer who exchanges currencies, or a prolific individual who brings significant changes or transformation in society.
one who changes or alters the form of anything
one who deals in or changes money
one apt to change; an inconstant person
Changer is an Icelandic death metal / metalcore band, formed in 1999. The band has released three albums and two EPs.
A type of product created to change a baby on.
The baby changer is easy to use.
Submitted by MaryC on May 27, 2020
The numerical value of changer in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of changer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
I think it could be a game-changer and maybe not, it could be based on what I see, it could be a game changer. Very powerful. They're very powerful.
I was very happy to hear what the President had to say today – it was particularly cool to be sitting next to the Secretary of State as he was hearing about his job description for the next couple of months, in all seriousness, this is a game changer which I support.
We continue to view the acquisition of Lerado as a potential game changer.
tout est dans la nature si une personne essaye de vous changer ses quel ne vous aime pas vraiment de la facon que vous êtes rellement
To be a world changer; resolve your own inner conflict
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