Link to this page verb-transitive: to improve in type or personality; alter. to produce less extreme, severe, or powerful: refused to change her stand on the problem. Grammar To qualify or reduce concept of. Including, summer time modifies time when you look at the expression a summer time. Linguistics to improve (a vowel) by umlaut. to alter somewhat the shape or attributes of; to improve part of one thing while making most components unchanged; to change notably To limit or decrease in extent or level; to reasonable; to qualify; to reduce. View More verb-intransitive: become or be altered; change. verb: To make partial modifications to. becoming or come to be modified. add a modifier to a constituent make less serious or harsh or severe cause to improve; make various; cause a transformation View More others: To be considered; especially, to moderate or reduce in level or degree. to improve the properties, kind, or function of; offer a brand new kind to; alter slightly or otherwise not really; vary: since, to modify the regards to a contract; a prefix modifies the sense of a word; light is changed by its transmission through particular media. View More Related Sources Definition for "modify" to improve in type or personality; alter. View More Sentence for "modify" Quotes for "modify" "When you pray for anyone you…" View More Synonym for "modify" Verb Forms for "modify" Phrases for "modify" Hyponym for "modify" Hypernym for "modify" Cross Reference for "modify" Etymologically Related for "modify" Same Context for "modify" Variant for "modify" Urban Dictionary for "modify"