In a Siberian town, a Christian baby and a Muslim baby were swapped at birth.
But their story of swapped babies in Siberia was discovered two years too late for the criminal law to take force.
Chrysler was bailed out by the government through loans that were swapped for stock in the post-bankruptcy Chrysler.
They swapped venomous texts and voicemails, and provoked each other with incendiary posts on MySpace and Facebook.
Now, had England swapped goalkeepers with the U.S., the result would have been different.
You could have swapped Siwash off for a correspondence school without noticing any difference in the reverberations.
They returned to the bar, hooked their heels, and swapped with Mike the news of the day.
Had a Testament in his pocket when he came aboard; in a week's time he had swapped it for a pack of cards.
Well, anyway, this is what we'd swapped the old days out on the Yellow Bull for.
But Billy soon let him see it was in earnest he was, and both of them swapped suits, Billy giving the old man boot.
c.1300, "to strike, strike the hands together," possibly imitative of the sound of hitting. The sense of "exchange, barter, trade" is first recorded 1590s, possibly from the practice of slapping hands together as a sign of agreement in bargaining. Related: Swapped; swapping. The noun in this sense is attested from 1620s.