To change: intransitive and transitive to become different, or to make something become different: Susan has changed a lot since I last saw her.
To become: linkingverb to begin to be something, or to develop in a particular way: George became King at the age of 54.
Employee: countable someone who is paid to work for someone else [= worker]:agovernment employee
Employer: countable a person, company, or organization that employs people: The shoe factory is the largest employer in this area.
Employment: uncountable the condition of having apaid job: She was offered employment in the sales office.
Meeting: countable an event at which people meet to discuss and decide things: We're having a meeting next week to discuss the matter.Lady: countable a woman of a particular type or age a word meaning woman, used especially to describe women's sports or products made for women: the ladies' darts team
Gentleman: countable a politeword for a man, used especially when talking to or about a man you do not know [↪ lady]: Could you serve this gentleman please, Miss Bath?
Half: only before noun exactly or about 50% (½) of anamount, time, distance, number etc Over half of the children live in one-parent families.
Statement: countable something you say or write, especially publicly or officially, to let people know yourintentions or opinions, or to record facts: the Prime Minister's recent statements on Europe
Advanced : countable an act of trying to do something, especially something difficult All attempts to controlinflation have failed.
Attempt: countable an act of trying to do something, especially something difficult All attempts to control inflation have failed.
Aware: not before noun if you are awarethat a situation exists, you realize or know that it exists The children are aware of the danger of taking drugs.
Awaneress: uncountable the ability to notice something using your senses an artist's...