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exchange
Definition:
To give or leave for something else; to barter.

Synonyms:

noun
act
exchange, interchange.
artifact
exchange.
banter
gossip, joking, mockery, repartee, dissing.
barter
bargain, deal, free trade, interchange, traffic.
business
activity, affair, assignment, barter, business, calling, career, commerce, commission, company, concern, consortium, corporation, employment, enterprise, establishment, firm, holding, industry, interest, job, labor, livelihood, management, market, merchant, negotiation, occupation, partnership, position, posting, practice, profession, proprietorship, retailing, selling, service, situation, specialty, station, trade, transaction, venture, vocation, busy work.
change
alteration.
communication
exchange.
conversation
dialogue, jive, pillow talk, Re-mark, talkfest, jives, tète-à-tète.
conversion
novelties, novelty, regeneration, see the light, proselytization, metanoia, born again, metasis, see light, turning around, turnings.
dialogue
dialog, duologue, Interlocution, duologues.
exchange
central, change, commutation, commute, convert, interchange, rally, substitution, switch, switch over, telephone exchange.
interchange
reciprocity.
market
bazaar, bureau, chain, convenience store, department store, depot, emporium, fair, grocery, mart, office, shop, stall, stock exchange, store, supermarket, warehouse, market place.
phenomenon
exchange.
place where stocks are bought, sold
curb, market, net, stock exchange, store, wall street, the Street, the Big Board, over the counter.
reciprocity
mutuality, reciprocality, mutualities.
retaliation
counteraction, reciprocation, reparation, reprisal, response, retaliation, retribution, return, vengeance.
stock market
stock exchange.
substitution
alternative, displacement, replacement, subrogation, substitution, supersession.
trade; deal
barter, castling, change, commerce, commutation, conversion, correspondence, dealing, interchange, interdependence, interrelation, network, quid pro quo, rearrangement, reciprocation, reciprocity, replacement, revision, shift, shuffle, shuffling, substitution, supplanting, swap, switch, tit for tat, traffic, transaction, transfer, transposition, truck, Transposing, buying and selling, supplantment.
transfusion
transfusion.
treasury
bursary, exchequer, treasury, treasure house, safes, bursaries, exchequers.
truck
commercial goods.
verb
barter
haggle.
change
change, commute, convert, exchange.
possession
change, exchange, interchange.
retaliate
avenge, counter, counteract, counterblow, reciprocate, redress, repay, reprise, respond, retaliate, retort, revenge, Retribute, countercharge, return fire.
social
exchange.
substitute
alternate, change, commute, displace, imitate, replace, represent, second, subrogate, substitute, supersede, supplant, swap, switch.
trade
alternate, bandy, bargain, cash in, castle, change hands, commute, correspond, displace, flip-flop, hook up, invert, link up, pay back, rearrange, reciprocate, replace, reverse, revise, seesaw, shuttle, substitute, transact, transpose, turn the tables, horse trade, give and take, deal in, go over to, return the compliment, buy and sell, contact with, convert into, pass to, swap horses.
transfer
assign, change hands, consign, grant, hand over, sell, transfer, transfusion.
Examples of usage:
  1. Or else, if you prefer it, I will exchange your promises for the secrets of this house- with no undertaking to keep them. – The Crooked House by Brandon Fleming
  2. Exchange me for Mrs. Pryor. – Shirley by Charlotte Brontë
  3. Penny drove directly home to exchange cars and tell Mrs. Weems where she was going. – The Clock Strikes Thirteen by Mildred A. Wirt
  4. Why not make the exchange? – Lysbeth A Tale Of The Dutch by H. Rider Haggard
  5. How will you exchange? – The Brown Study by Grace S. Richmond

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