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Idiom
change one's tune
 
 
Meaning
change one's opinions or attitude (especially to suit new circumstances)
 
 
Usage
He'll soon change his tune when he realises how much money we can make from this idea.
 
 
Story
The expression 改口沓舌 literally means changing the words and turning the tongue. It comes from 《书影》written by Zhou Lianggong during the Qing Dynasty.
 
 
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