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Spanish translation of “interchange”

interchange

noun /ˈintətʃeindʒ/
a place where two or more main roads or motorways at different levels are joined by means of several small roads, so allowing cars etc to move from one road to another
cruce
Roadworks on the interchange are delaying traffic.
(an) exchange
intercambio
an interchange of ideas.
interchangeable adjective able to be used, put etc in the place of each other without a difference in effect, meaning etc
intercambiable
’Great’ and ’big’ are not completely interchangeable.
(Definition of interchange from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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