A highway intersection built to permit traffic to go easily from roadway to another without crossing another type of traffic.
An act of interchanging.
A highway junction which traffic may vary from one roadway to another without crossing a stream of traffic.
a link between several lines, solutions or modes of transport; a station where such a connection may be made.
The work of mutually switching; the work of mutually providing and obtaining; trade.
The shared trade of products between two people or countries; barter; trade.
Alternate succession; alternation; a mingling.
An intersection between highways, having several levels and a series of connecting roadways to ensure that traffic on a single highway may pass over or beneath the other highway without crossing through the type of traffic, and cars may pass from a single highway to another while traffic on both highways goes on continuous. A standard interchange is the cloverleaf.
The act of exchanging reciprocally; the act or process of providing and receiving with reciprocity: as, an interchange of civilities or sort workplaces.
Alternate succession: because, the interchange of light and darkness.
Synonyms See exchange.
a junction of highways on different amounts that permits visitors to go from to a different without crossing traffic channels
the act of changing one thing for another thing
reciprocal transfer of comparable amounts of money (especially the currencies of various countries)
mutual interacting with each other; the game of reciprocating or exchanging (especially information)