interchange

[ verb in-ter-cheynj; noun in-ter-cheynj ]SEE DEFINITION OF interchange

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERCHANGE

Great was the interchange of news over the homely hearty meal.

"You see, by the interchange your positions were reversed," continued the lawyer.

Delcassé had listened to this interchange with smiling lips.

Finally the interchange was ended, and Ran-los bowed himself out.

This interchange of compliments was interrupted by the announcement of supper.

I came to befriend you, and not to interchange words of angry meaning.

It is best for the interchange between the couple to be slow and deliberate.

The interchange of musketry, eastward there, had a desultory, waiting sound.

This was finally agreed to, and the interchange was effected by Schamyl in person.

There is no need of describing at length the details of that interchange of languages.

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