interchange definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To switch every one of (a few things) in to the host to one other.
    • To give and get mutually; exchange.
    • To cause to achieve success both in a series or design; alternate: interchanged gold and silver beads in the bracelet.
    • to place each in the place of the other; to provide and simply take mutually; to exchange; to reciprocate
    • resulting in to check out alternately; to intermingle; to vary.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to alter locations with each other.
    • To succeed each other; alternate.
    • To make an interchange; to alternate.
  • noun:
    • The work or procedure of interchanging.
    • 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)
  • verb:
    • to change (each of a few things)
    • to mutually offer and receive (something); to change
    • to swap or transform locations
    • to alternate
    • cause to improve locations
    • added the place of some other; switch apparently comparable items
    • reverse (a direction, attitude, or plan of action)
    • give, and receive from, one another
  • others:
    • to change mutually or reciprocally; put all of in the place of the other; give-and-take in reciprocity: since, to interchange products; to interchange compliments or tasks.
    • To cause to follow along with one another alternately: because, to interchange cares with pleasures.
    • To change reciprocally; succeed alternately.

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