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Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.
 
Class I. Words Expressing Abstract Relations
Section VII. Change
1. Simple Change
 
148. [Double or Mutual Change.] Interchange.
 
  
NOUN:INTERCHANGE, exchange; commutation, permutation, intermutation; reciprocation, transposition, transposal, shuffle, shuffling; alternation, reciprocity; castling [at chess]; hocus-pocus; swap [colloq.].
  barter [See Barter]; a Roland for his Oliver; tit for tat (retaliation) [See Retaliation]; cross fire, battledore and shuttlecock; quid pro quo [L.].
  INTERCHANGEABLENESS, interchangeability.
  
VERB:INTERCHANGE, exchange, counterchange; bandy, barter, transpose, shuffle, change hands, swap [colloq.], permute, reciprocate, commute; interwork, give and take, return the compliment; play at -puss in the corner, - battledore and shuttlecock; take in one another’s washing; retaliate [See Retaliation]; requite.
  
ADJECTIVE:RECIPROCAL, interactive, mutual, commutative, interchangeable; interchanged &c. v.; intercurrent [rare].
  international, interstate, interurban, intercollegiate, intertribal, interdenominational, interscholastic.
  
ADVERB:IN EXCHANGE, vice versa [L.], conversely, mutatis mutandis [L.], backwards and forwards, forward and back, to and fro, back and forth, by turns, turn about, contrariwise, commutatively, turn and turn about; each in his turn, every one in his turn.

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