interchange with (someone or something)

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interchange with (someone or something)

To swap or exchange someone or something with someone or something else. A noun or pronoun can be used between "interchange" and "with." You and Sophie have a special bond, so it makes sense that you can't just interchange her with one of your other friends when she goes out of town. A: "The recipe calls for a quarter cup of milk." B: "Well, we don't have any milk—do you think we can interchange it with vegetable oil?"
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interchange (someone) with (someone else)

to exchange one person for another. I interchanged Sally with Roger for the honor of being first speaker. Roger has been interchanged with Sally.
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interchange something with something

to exchange one thing for another. Please interchange the orange one with the purple one. The orange one has been interchanged with the red one.
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