Interchange meaning

ĭntər-chānj
The definition of an interchange is an exchange or a place where two elements or people meet to allow exchange from one to the other.

An example of an interchange is two people discussing their ideas for a party.

An example of an interchange is the junction of Interstate 5 and the 405 freeway in Los Angeles.

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To give and receive mutually; exchange.
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To put (each of two things) in the other's place.
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Interchange is defined as to trade.

An example of interchange is bartering a massage for gardening work.

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To switch each of (two things) into the place of the other.
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To cause to succeed each other in a series or pattern; alternate.

Interchanged gold and silver beads in the bracelet.

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To change places with each other.
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To succeed each other; alternate.
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The act or process of interchanging.
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A highway intersection designed to permit traffic to move freely from one road to another without crossing another line of traffic.
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To give and take mutually; exchange.

To interchange ideas.

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To alternate; cause to follow in succession.

To interchange work with play.

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To change places with each other.
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The act or an instance of interchanging.
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A junction, as a cloverleaf, which allows movement of traffic between highways on different levels.
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To switch (each of two things)

To interchange places.

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An act of interchanging.
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A highway junction in which traffic may change from one road to another without crossing a stream of traffic.
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To mutually give and receive (something); to exchange.
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(intransitive) To swap or change places.
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To interchange cares with pleasures.

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(rail transport) A connection between two or more lines, services or modes of transport; a station at which such a connection can be made.

Holborn tube station is the only interchange between the London Underground Central and Piccadilly Lines.

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Origin of interchange

  • Middle English enterchaungen from Old French entrechangier to change entre- between (from Latin inter- inter–) changier to change change

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old French entrechange

    From Wiktionary