interchangeable

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interchangeable

[in-ter-cheyn-juh-buhl]
adjective
1.
(of two things) capable of being put or used in the place of each other: interchangeable symbols.
2.
(of one thing) capable of replacing or changing places with something else: an interchangeable part.

Origin:
1400–50; interchange + -able; replacing late Middle English entrechaungeable < Middle French entrechangeable

interchangeability, interchangeableness, noun
interchangeably, adverb
noninterchangeability, noun
noninterchangeable, adjective
noninterchangeableness, noun
noninterchangeably, adverb
uninterchangeable, adjective


2. See exchangeable.
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interchange
 
vb
1.  to change places or cause to change places; alternate; exchange; switch
 
n
2.  the act of interchanging; exchange or alternation
3.  a motorway junction of interconnecting roads and bridges designed to prevent streams of traffic crossing one another
 
inter'changeable
 
adj
 
interchangea'bility
 
n
 
inter'changeableness
 
n
 
inter'changeably
 
adv

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Example sentences
Only if you are putting forward a hypothesis that may or may not be true are
  may and might interchangeable.
The connection points, or nodes, of such networks are interchangeable.
Rats are not mice and the terms are not interchangeable.
Even brands they consider genius can look remarkably interchangeable.
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