modify : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make less severe or harsh or extreme
please modify this letter to make it more polite
- v add a modifier to a constituent
- v cause to change; make different; cause a transformation
- Hence, they modify just enough mortgages to slow the decline a bit, but not stop it.
- Who's in a position to deal with the loans and modify the loans, if not those that are servicing the loans?" he says.
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- Brin in Sydney Morning Herald
It's just very exciting for me as a computer geek to be able to have a phone that I can play with and modify and innovate upon just like I have with computers in the past,Brin said.
- Benazir Bhutto in International Herald Tribune
We have to modify our campaign to some extent because of the suicide bombings,Bhutto said. "We will continue to meet the public. We will not be deterred."
- Harry Reid in AFP
We're going to get this done and stay in session as long as it takes to get it done. We'll work with the president, modify his plan to make it better for taxpayers and homeowners,Reid said.