verb (used with object), in·ter·changed, in·ter·chang·ing.
verb (used without object), in·ter·changed, in·ter·chang·ing.
Origin of interchange
Related formsin·ter·chang·er, nounpre·in·ter·change, noun
Examples from the Web for interchange
Kopin said the interchange was nothing more than a “gentle caress.”
But even Jesselyn Radack, one of Snowden's American lawyers, instantly acknowledged that the interchange was a misstep.
Wizner said he understood the revulsion: The interchange looked like cheap agitprop.
But rising fees on bank accounts was a predictable (and predicted) effect of the interchange fee regulations.Did Financial Services Reform Inadvertently Put a Kink In Obamacare?|Megan McArdle|May 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Used by over 400,000 motorists daily, the project also enhances the safety of motorists traveling on the Interchange.
The interchange of adjoining metrically and grammatically equivalent substantives is very common.
They passed slowly along the street, too absorbed in their own uncomfortable reflections for the interchange of many words.Temporal Power|Marie Corelli
She could not imagine such an interchange of words between an English husband and wife, especially before a stranger.The Chink in the Armour|Marie Belloc Lowndes
It takes time and interchange of ideas before this can be accomplished.If You're Going to Live in the Country|Thomas H. Ormsbee and Richmond Huntley
She has her own supper of bread and cheese to hand to Jo, with whom she ventures to interchange a word or so for the first time.Bleak House|Charles Dickens