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swap out

To replace or exchange someone or something with another person or thing. A noun or pronoun can be used between "swap" and "out." I think I just need to swap out the batteries for this to start working again. It's a bad sign that they've had to swap their goaltender out after just the first ten minutes of play.
See also: out, swap

swap out

v.
To remove something and replace or exchange it: The program swapped out the contents of memory to make space for more data. I swapped the memory card out for a newer one.
See also: out, swap
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The battery pack is designed as a quick change one, so that swap outs are fast.
In addition to any necessary maintenance, the SSGNs receive a full food on-load, all of their stock DTO material, any required SIM items, and a resupply of any high usage submarine consumables, as well as crew swap outs and any other equipment or supplies needed in order to support their mission.
The battery unit is designed specifically for easy swap outs, and is composed of two sealed lead acid batteries that can be recharged in as little as 4-6 hours with the included smart battery charger.