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to exchange / to change (clothes etc) / to substitute / to switch / to convert (currency)
to exchange / to swap / to switch (telecom) / commutative (math) / to commute
to convert / to exchange
to switch over / to switch modes or data streams / to cut (to a new scene)
to change / to switch / to convert / to transform
to exchange / to replace / to substitute for / to switch
to return a product for another item
to replace (a worn-out tire etc) / to change (one's address etc)
to convert / conversion / (in accounting, referring to currency conversion) translation
switch (telecommunications)
to transform / to convert / to vary / to alternate / a transformation
to exchange (sth) for (sth else) / to replace with / to convert into
to replace a purchase / to exchange a purchase
converter / transducer
to obtain (sth) in exchange / to exchange (sth) for (sth else)
to permute / permutation (math.) / to displace / displacement / to replace / replacement
to exchange
heat exchanger
to change train (plane, bus etc) / transfer between modes of transport
to replace with sth new / to upgrade
to replace sb (personnel, sports team player etc) / substitution
to substitute / to replace
to wrap (text) / line feed (computing)
commutation (electricity)
to guarantee replacement (of faulty goods) / warranty
to transition to a new dynasty or regime / to replace an older product with an upgraded, new-generation one
ion exchange
in other words
to rotate / to take turns / to switch
to change gear
to exchange / to change places / to swap
commutative law xy = yx (math)
to take a breath (in swimming) / to ventilate
to renew a certificate (ID card etc) / to leave an ID at the desk to gain entrance
to adjust one's head and turn one's face (idiom); cosmetic changes / Despite superficially new policies, the substance remains unchanged.
in other words
(telecom or network) switch
reform and renewal / generational change
equal-value exchange
to guarantee refund or replacement (of faulty or unsatisfactory goods)
switching technology
currency exchange
electronic exchange of data
currency exchange rate
to relieve a sentry / to change the guard
to exchange / to swap
to change shift / the next work shift / to relieve (a workman on the previous shift) / to take over the job
to dismiss and replace (sb) / to replace (sb or sth)
electronic switching system (telecom.) / stored program control exchange (SPC)
to change money / to sell
to shed one's mortal body and exchange one's bones (idiom); born again Daoist / to turn over a new leaf / fig. to change wholly / to create from other material (story, artwork etc)
tool change (mechanics)
integral transform (math.)
wife swapping
bird shotgun replaced by cannon (idiom); equipment improved enormously
exchange value
to change (sth) / to alter (sth) / to change over (to sth else)
conversion from simple to traditional Chinese characters
(computing) network address translation
replacement guaranteed if not genuine / fig. authentic
(math.) Fourier transform
interchange code / computer coding for characters, including Chinese
to substitute on the sly
to molt (of birds) / to change feathers
packet switching
to swap / to exchange / to transpose / to replace
to grow replacement teeth (zoology) / to grow permanent teeth in place of milk teeth
to molt / to change feathers
lit. to steal a rafter and replace it with a column / to replace the original with a fake / to perpetrate a fraud (idiom)
in other words
analog-to-digital converter (ADC)
a prodigal son returned home is worth more than gold
to transition to a new dynasty or regime
to engage in fraudulent activities (idiom) / skulduggery / to hoodwink people / to cheat sb audaciously
gear lever
different broth but the same old medicine (idiom); a change in name only / a change in form but not in substance
digital-to-analog converter (DAC)
Iraq Oil for Food Program
to take turns / to rotate (responsibility)
to molt
to change workshifts
bill of exchange (international trade)
to relieve a garrison / to change guard complement
switched port
to swap / to replace / to exchange / to change
converter / conversion device
to change (currency) illegally / fraudulent exchange
(math.) transformation group
to exchange / to change / to swap
inverter, device that converts AC electricity to DC and vice versa
permutation group (math.)
automatic tool changer (ATC)
to improve one's family's social status by moving up in the world / to switch one's allegiance to a new patron
exchange of unequal values
impedance converter
to repeatedly exchange
market access in return for technology transfer (PRC policy since the 1980s which gives foreign companies access to China's domestic market in exchange for sharing their intellectual property, characterized by the US in the 2019 trade war as "forced technology transfer")
rotation of crops

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