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(Chem.) A chemical change in which an optically active substance is converted into another substance having no effect, or the opposite rotatory effects, on the plane of polarization
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  1. (Chem.) A chemical change in which an optically active substance is converted into another substance having no effect, or the opposite rotatory effects, on the plane of polarization
  2. (Psychology) In early psychology, behavior or attitudes in an individual considered typical of the opposite sex, including sexual attraction to members of one's own sex. No longer in scientific use.
  3. An interchange of position of adjacent objects in a sequence, especially a change in normal word order, such as the placement of a verb before its subject.
The transposition of sounds in a word or between words (Ex.: “clasp” developed from Middle English “clapse”)
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  1. The transposition of sounds in a word or between words (Ex.: “clasp” developed from Middle English “clapse”)
  2. (--- Chem.) The interchange of elements or radicals between compounds, as when two compounds react with each other to form two new compounds
  3. (Linguistics) Transposition within a word of letters, sounds, or syllables, as in the change from Old English brid to modern English bird or in the confusion of modren for modern.
A number of coins or bills whose total value equals a single larger coin or bill
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  1. A number of coins or bills whose total value equals a single larger coin or bill
  2. The replacing of one thing for another; substitution:
  3. In jazz, a change of harmony; a modulation.
The payment made
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  1. The payment made
  2. A substitution, exchange, or interchange.
  3. In criminal law, the president’s or governor’s substitution of a less severe punishment for a greater one that was imposed by a court in a criminal action. See also amnesty, pardon, and reprieve. In criminal law, the president’s or governor’s substitution of a less severe punishment for a greater one that was imposed by a court in a criminal action. See also amnesty, pardon, and reprieve.
A central office, or a system operated by it, providing telephone communication in a community or in part of a city
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  1. A central office, or a system operated by it, providing telephone communication in a community or in part of a city
  2. The checks, drafts, etc. presented to a clearinghouse for exchange and settlement
  3. A giving or taking of one thing for another; trade; barter
The act or process of interchanging.
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  1. The act or process of interchanging.
  2. (Rail transport) A connection between two or more lines, services or modes of transport; a station at which such a connection can be made.
  3. A highway junction in which traffic may change from one road to another without crossing a stream of traffic.
(Now Chiefly Dial.) A change of clothing
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  1. (Now Chiefly Dial.) A change of clothing
  2. (Linguistics) A systematic change of the phonetic or phonemic structure of a language.
  3. A change in attitude, judgment, or emphasis.
The act or an instance of substituting.
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  1. The act or an instance of substituting.
  2. The act of substituting or the state of being substituted
  3. The selection of an individual or a thing to take the place of another; the process of one thing taking another’s place or one person acting in lieu of another. The selection of an individual or a thing to take the place of another; the process of one thing taking another’s place or one person acting in lieu of another.
An abrupt, sharp, lashing movement, as with a switch
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  1. An abrupt, sharp, lashing movement, as with a switch
  2. A separate tress or plait of natural or synthetic hair bound at one end and used by women as part of a coiffure
  3. A shift, transference, or change, esp. if sudden or unexpected
An exchange of one thing for another:
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  1. An exchange of one thing for another:
  2. The people working in or associated with a business or industry:
  3. The activity or volume of buying or selling:
A contract in which two parties agree to exchange periodic interest payments, especially when one payment is at a fixed rate and the other varies according to the performance of a reference rate, such as the prime rate.
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  1. A contract in which two parties agree to exchange periodic interest payments, especially when one payment is at a fixed rate and the other varies according to the performance of a reference rate, such as the prime rate.
  2. (Computing, informal, uncountable) Space available in a swap file for use as auxiliary memory.
  3. An exchange, trade, or barter
(Grammar) Deviation from standard word order by putting the predicate before the subject. It takes place in questions with auxiliary verbs and in normal, affirmative clauses beginning with a negative particle, for the purpose of emphasis.
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  1. (Grammar) Deviation from standard word order by putting the predicate before the subject. It takes place in questions with auxiliary verbs and in normal, affirmative clauses beginning with a negative particle, for the purpose of emphasis.
  2. The reversal of the pitch contour.
  3. The reversal of an interval.
The setting aside or overturning of a lower court’s decision by an appellate court; a turning around of the short-term market price trend of a security, either from downward to upward, or the other way around. The setting aside or overturning of a lower court’s decision by an appellate court; a turning around of the short-term market price trend of a security, either from downward to upward, or the other way around.
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  1. The setting aside or overturning of a lower court’s decision by an appellate court; a turning around of the short-term market price trend of a security, either from downward to upward, or the other way around. The setting aside or overturning of a lower court’s decision by an appellate court; a turning around of the short-term market price trend of a security, either from downward to upward, or the other way around.
  2. A usually adverse change in fortune:
  3. A reversing or being reversed; esp., a change to the opposite as in one's fortune
The act of turning about and facing or moving in the opposite direction.
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  1. The act of turning about and facing or moving in the opposite direction.
  2. A shift or reversal of allegiance, opinion, tendency, etc.; about-face
  3. A shift or change in opinion, loyalty, or allegiance.
A dramatic change in fortune or performance, especially for the better:
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  1. A dramatic change in fortune or performance, especially for the better:
  2. A dramatic change in opinion, behavior, or allegiance:
  3. The time required to carry out a task.
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