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English Thesaurus

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exchange

verb

  1. interchange, change, trade, switch, swap, truck, barter, reciprocate, bandy, give to each other, give to one another •  We exchanged addresses.

noun

  1. conversation, talk, word, discussion, chat, dialogue, natter, powwow •  I had a brief exchange with him before I left.
  2. interchange, dealing, trade, switch, swap, traffic, trafficking, truck, swapping, substitution, barter, bartering, reciprocity, tit for tat, quid pro quo •  a free exchange of information
  3. market, money market, Bourse •  the Stock Exchange

'exchange' in Other Languages

  • British English: exchange If two or more people exchange things of a particular kind, they give them to each other at the same time.We exchanged telephone numbers.ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ VERB
  • Arabic: يَتَبَادَلُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: trocar
  • Chinese: 交换
  • Croatian: razmjena
  • Czech: vyměnit si vyměňovat si
  • Danish: udveksle
  • Dutch: uitwisselen
  • European Spanish: intercambiar
  • Finnish: vaihtaa
  • French: échange
  • German: austauschen
  • Greek: ανταλλάσσω
  • Italian: scambiare
  • Japanese: 取り交わす
  • Korean: 교환하다
  • Norwegian: veksle
  • Polish: wymienić wymieniać
  • Portuguese: trocar
  • Romanian: a schimba
  • Russian: обменивать
  • Spanish: intercambiar
  • Swedish: byta ut
  • Thai: แลกเปลี่ยน
  • Turkish: karşılıklı yapmak
  • Ukrainian: обмінюватися обмінятися
  • Vietnamese: trao đổi

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