change (something) with (someone)

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change (something) with (someone)

To swap or exchange something with someone. I changed places with my aunt so that I could talk to the people at the other end of the table. I recently changed roles with Tina at the office, and it's actually working out really well.
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change something with someone

to trade or exchange something with someone. I changed coats with Fred and his is much warmer. Will you change seats with me?
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