swap notes

swap notes (on someone or something)

to share information on someone or something. The two girls sat around swapping notes on guys they knew. The mechanics were swapping notes on rude customers they had dealt with in the last month.
See also: note, swap

swap notes

verb
See also: note, swap
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It can work in many ways, but usually involves con artists trying to swap notes for other notes or coins, then back again.
The Labour Party and US Democrats are sister parties so it's common at election time for us to swap notes on the latest election techniques - I'm also going to hit the phones and do my bit to elect the first female US president.
Not that this looming global crash should interfere much with the five-star shindig taking place in Davos right now as the planet's rich elite gather to swap notes.
She is terrified of looking at people, having her 'space' invaded and leaving the house until she meets and begins to swap notes with Linus.
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The first happened at Barclays Bank on Station Road, Ashington, with a man asking to swap notes to coins.
The 'Chicago' star then suggests that DeGeneres and her husband should swap notes, telling her that she wishes she was the one kissing the hunky actor.
We usually try to watch one each and then swap notes, but we can't get down to Torquay".
Under the new framework, total foreign investment in a listed firm, including swap notes, non-Gulf Arab foreigners and expatriates in Saudi Arabia, will not be allowed to exceed 49 percent, the source added.
THE deputy manager of a Coventry nursery visited Romanian orphanages to deliver Christmas presents and swap notes on child care.
Parents swap notes about the perils of rising so early on a weekend morning as they blow hot breath into the freezing air.
Deadly duo need to swap notes if they are to take the new ball together again TSince he chased him round a Johannesburg dressing room with a long handle, Mohammad Asif has kept his distance from Shoaib Akhtar.
He will be able to swap notes with his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh, who visited China less than a week ago, securing a pledge to boost two-way trade to $60 billion (BD22.
Simon was in LA for last week's Oscars but the two are unlikely tomeet to swap notes.