Exchange synonyms

ĭks-chānj'
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The substituting of one person or thing for another
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A ticket entitling a passenger to change from one public conveyance to another as part of one trip.
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Something different; variety:
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The act of replacing one thing with another
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(Chem.) A redistribution of atoms or atomic groups within a molecule, forming the molecule of a different substance
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An act of shifting; a slight movement or change
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Act, process, or work of revising
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The act or an instance of reselling something
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The definition of an interchange is an exchange or a place where two elements or people meet to allow exchange from one to the other.
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Any situation in which the quality or quantity of one thing must be decreased for another to be increased.
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A person or thing that takes the place of another, esp. of one that has worn out, broken down, etc.
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(Music) A shift of a piece of music to a different musical key by adjusting all the notes of the work equally either up or down in pitch.
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Any meaningless action or talk drawing attention away from some deception
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Reciprocal state or relationship; mutual action, dependence, etc.
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Alternate recurrence or action; as, the reciprocation of the sea in the flow and ebb of tides; oscillation.
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The act or practice of bartering.
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(Uncountable, UK) The business given to a commercial establishment by its customers.
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(Finance) A financial derivative in which two parties agree to exchange one stream of cashflow against another stream.
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A similarity, connection, or equivalence:
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Mutual relationship; interconnection
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The condition of being interdependent
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The act of giving and receiving reciprocally
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The act of giving and receiving reciprocally
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The act of giving and receiving reciprocally
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The stock exchange of Paris or of any of certain other European cities
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To put or use (a person or thing) in place of another:
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To put back into a former position or place:
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(Law) A change of a sentence or punishment to one that is less severe
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The bushy tip of the tail of certain animals:
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(By extension, music) A rhythm commonly used in blues music. Consists of a series of triplet notes with the middle note missing, so that it sounds like a long note followed by a short note. Sounds like a walker dragging one foot.
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Action of the verb to shuffle.
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A miniature cast or mould.
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The performance of or skill in performing juggling or magic tricks so quickly and deftly that the manner of execution cannot be observed; legerdemain.
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The act or process of negotiating:
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The definition of commerce means the buying and selling goods on a large scale or social relations.
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A conversation or other form of discourse between two or more individuals.
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(Idiomatic) equivalent retribution, an eye for an eye, returning exactly what you get.
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A substitution
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A substitution
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A store or shop that sells agricultural produce:
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An office maintained by a group of banks as a center for exchanging checks drawn against one another, for balancing accounts, etc.
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An organisation that trades stocks in of companies for money and vice versa.
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To divert; to convert to a wrong use.
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To replace one thing with another
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To substitute (payment in a lump sum) for payment in installments
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To entrust (something) to another.
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To replace one thing with another
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A record of business conducted at a meeting; proceedings.
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To act on one another; act reciprocally
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To replace one thing with another
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(Law) To revoke a law, or to change a decision into its opposite.
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To replace one thing with another
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The definition of transpose is to mix two things up or cause them to change places with each other, or to rewrite music in a different key, or to change something to a new form or place it in a new context.
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To change or amend
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To arrange again
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(Idiomatic) To die.
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To say in reply; to respond.
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To undergo transmutation.
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To set back to the initial state.
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(Idiomatic) To become the property of someone else; to be bought or sold.
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To move the king in chess from its own square two empty squares to one side and then, in the same move, bring the rook from that side to the square immediately past the new position of the king.
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To replace one thing with another
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To replace one thing with another
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To give and get, do, feel, etc. reciprocally; interchange
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To act or proceed by turns:
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To pass (gossip, rumor, etc.) about freely and carelessly
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To correspond is to communicate in writing or to agree with, or harmonize with something or someone.
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To give and receive reciprocally
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To conduct business:
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To give and receive reciprocally
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To give and receive reciprocally
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Capable of being substituted, interchanged, or revoked:
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(Dated, trading) Stock exchange business; especially, stockjobbing, manipulation of securities prices.
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A gathering for the purpose of discussion.
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The process of altering the order of a given set of objects in a group.
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A trading area or marketplace
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Pedestrians or vehicles on roads, or the flux or passage thereof.
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To sell:
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To trade by bargaining, esp. on a small or petty scale; barter or haggle
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Network is defined as to exchange contact and career information with other people.
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To change the order of something.
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To reserve or put away for future use.
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To have dealings or commerce; traffic:
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Land, esp. a farm, rented from another
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Reservation for future use; preservation
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To raise:
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To keep from departing or getting away:
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To offer in good faith; pledge:
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The definition of a rally is a gathering of people for a common purpose, an automobile competition on public roads, or a comeback.
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A telephone exchange, esp. the main one, or the telephone operator
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Any equipment that establishes connections between telephones
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change over, change around, as to a new order or sequence
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To change (property) from real to personal, or the reverse
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