Materials and mediums are interchangeable—a metaphor, we learn, for mixing and breaking hierarchies of race, class, and more.
Lots of interchangeable parts: That is how China can roll out so many missile types so quickly.
The drug, he says, could be interchangeable with counterfeiting money or weapons manufacturing.
The Voice already had two winners in a row who were, by and large, interchangeable with Colon and Paul.
Perry does the opposite, creating worlds in which white people are disposable, interchangeable, and not the assumed focal point.
But does not this interchangeable use of the words imply a close relation between the two orders of being?
The careless often use these two words as though they were interchangeable.
A plate adapter (extra) with focusing screen, interchangeable with the regular back, will permit the use of dry plates if desired.
And the words home and wife were interchangeable and stood for the same thing.
Why, thought he, should not the parts of a clock be made so they would be interchangeable?