interchange with (someone or something)(redirected from interchange with him)
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.
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.