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INTERCHANGE, verb transitive [inter and change.]

1. To put each in the place of the other; to give and take mutually; to exchange; to reciprocate; as, to interchange places; to interchange cares or duties.

I shall interchange

My waned state of Henry's regal crown.

2. To succeed alternately.

IN'TERCHANGE, noun Mutual change, each giving and receiving; exchange; permutation of commodities; barter; as the interchange of commodities between New York and Liverpool.

1. Alternate succession; as the interchange of light and darkness.

Sweet interchange

Of hill and valley, rivers, woods and plains.

2. A mutual giving and receiving; reciprocation; as an interchange of civilities or kind offices.