modify

[Verb] To change something a little, hoping to improve it.
Example: I decided to modify my holiday plans so that I could meet an old friend.
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modify

[v] - (grammar) add a modifier to a constituent 2. [v] - make changes to
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Modify

Mod'i·fy transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Modified ; present participle & verbal noun Modifying .] [ French modifier , Latin modificare , modificari ; modus limit + -ficare (in comp.) to...
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modify

To change somewhat the form or qualities of, alter partially. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Modify

• (v. t.) To change somewhat the form or qualities of; to alter somewhat; as, to modify a contrivance adapted to some mechanical purpose; to modify the terms of a contract. • (v. t.) To limit or reduce in extent or degree; to moderate; to qualify; to lower.
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modify

to change somewhat the form or qualities of; alter partially.
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modify

To change a computer program.
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modify

cause to change; make different
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