morph

From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmorphmorph /mɔːf $ mɔːrf/ verb [intransitive, transitive] to develop a new appearance or change into something else, or to make something do thismorph into The river flooded its banks and morphed into a giant sea that swamped the town.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
morphAnd you can bet those names will continue morphing into even more marketing-friendly nonsense.They warned that politicians, once infused with a sense of providential mission, could morph into smarmy tyrants.Even as people try to learn how to use them, computers are morphing into something new.Spinning bodies, eyes popping out of heads, hair standing on end, characters morphing into strange creatures.Now, as they design new technology products, Hewlett-Packard engineers can morph within minutes into five or six nimble teams.morph intoThe Consumnes River flooded its banks and morphed into a giant sea that swamped homes and ranches.
Origin morph (1900-2000) metamorphosis