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swap (also swop) /swɒp $ swɑːp/ verb (past tense and past participle swapped, present participle swapping)

Irregular Forms: (swopped)(swopping)(swops)

معامله پایاپای (ارز) ، معاوضه ، عوض کردن ، مبادله کردن ، بیرون کردن ، جانشین کردن ، اخراج کردن ، بازرگانی: معاملات سلف ارز ، معامله پایاپای
Synonyms: exchange, barter, interchange, switch, trade
Related Idioms: swap horses, swap out of
English Thesaurus: exchange, change, swap, trade, switch, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. swap1 S3 (also swop British English) /swɒp $ swɑːp/ verb (past tense and past participle swapped, present participle swapping)
[Date: 1500-1600; Origin: swap 'to hit' (14-19 centuries), from the sound; from the practice of striking the hands together when agreeing a business deal]

1. [intransitive and transitive] to give something to someone and get something in return Synonym : exchange:
Do you want to swap umbrellas?
swap something for something
He swapped his watch for a box of cigars.
swap something with somebody
The girls chatted and swapped clothes with each other.

2. [transitive] to tell information to someone and be given information in return Synonym : exchange:
We need to get together to swap ideas and information.
They sat in a corner and swapped gossip.

3. (also swap over) [intransitive and transitive] to do the thing that someone else has been doing, and let them do the thing that you have been doing Synonym : change:
They decided to swap roles for the day.
You start on the windows and I’ll do the walls, then we can swap over after an hour or so.
swap something with somebody
She ended up swapping jobs with her secretary.

4. [transitive] to stop using or get rid of one thing and put or get another thing in its place:
The driver announced that we would have to swap buses.
swap something for something
She had swapped her long skirts for jeans and T-shirts.
He swapped his London home for a cottage in Scotland.

5. [transitive] (also swap something around) to move one thing and put another in its place:
Someone had gone into the nursery and swapped all the babies around.
swap something with something
Why don’t we swap the TV with the bookcase?

6. swap places British English to let someone sit or stand in your place, so that you can have their place Synonym : change places:
Can we swap places, please?

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. swap2 (also swop British English) noun [countable] informal

1. [usually singular] a situation in which you give something to someone and get another thing in return Synonym : exchange:
a fair swap
We can do a swap if you like.

2. a situation in which people each do the job that the other usually does

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. straight | job | spy
VERB + SWAP do, make Let's do a straight swap?your guitar for my bike.
agree on/to
SWAP + NOUN deal The football managers agreed on swap deals involving their star players.
PREP. ~ between a spy swap made between East and West Germany
~ with I did a swap with my brother.

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