From re- + change.
rechange (third-person singular simple present rechanges, present participle rechanging, simple past and past participle rechanged)
- To re-exchange (goods, money etc.).
- To change again; to change back.
- 1603, John Florio, translating Michel de Montaigne, Essays, II.12:
- I have since I was borne, seene those [laws] of our neighbours the English-men changed and rechanged three or foure times […].
rechange f (plural rechanges)
- (de ~) replacement, spare, change (of clothes)