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swap

verb [I or T] (-pp-) (also mainly UK swop (-pp-)) uk   /swɒp/  us   /swɑːp/
C1 to give something and be given something else instead: When you've finished reading your book, and I've finished mine, can we swap? We swapped addresses with the people we met on holiday. When he got a job in a bank, he had to swap his jeans and T-shirt for a suit (= he had to wear formal clothes instead of informal ones). [+ two objects] I'll swap you my chocolate bar for your peanuts. We spent the evening swapping (= telling each other) stories/jokes.
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noun [C] (UK also swop) uk   /swɒp/  us   /swɑːp/
an exchange, or something that is going to be or has been exchanged: I thought Simon's food looked nicer than mine, so we did a swap. This comic is a swap (= something that was exchanged) that I got from Nick.
Traducciones de “swap”
en coreano 바꾸다…
en árabe يَتَبادَل…
en portugués trocar…
en catalán intercanviar…
en japonés ~を交換する, 取り替える…
en italiano scambiare…
en chino (tradicionál) 交換,交易…
en ruso обмениваться…
en turco değiş tokuş etmek, trampa etmek…
en chino (simplificado) 交换,交易…
en polaco zamieniać (się), wymieniać (się)…
(Definition of swap from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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