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Definition of Swap

Swap

  1. To strike; -- with off.
  2. To exchange (usually two things of the same kind); to swop.
  3. To fall or descend; to rush hastily or violently.
  4. To beat the air, or ply the wings, with a sweeping motion or noise; to flap.
  5. A blow; a stroke.
  6. An exchange; a barter.
  7. Hastily.

Swap Quotations

I have friends in overalls whose friendship I would not swap for the favor of the kings of the world.
Thomas A. Edison

When I was designing, I had in mind Jimi Hendrix, and I could hardly find skinny indie black kids to wear my clothes. I remember one telling me he had to swap his skinny jeans for baggy ones in the subway before going home, so he wouldn't get in trouble in his neighborhood.
Hedi Slimane

I love to simplify and edit the contents of just about anything, but women's closets hold particular appeal to me. I edit mine about four times a year and hold a yearly 'clothing swap' to encourage my girlfriends to do the same.
Autumn Reeser

Would I swap what I have achieved as a cook if I could have been as successful as a footballer? Definitely.
Gordon Ramsay

I don't know how I got involved in 'Celebrity Wife Swap.' It came from my agent Hugh. He got the opportunity for me.
Gary Busey
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Swap Translations

swap in Afrikaans is wissel, inruil
swap in Dutch is inruilen, ruilen, wisselen
swap in Finnish is vaihtaa
swap in German is wechseln, tauschen, Wechsel
swap in Portuguese is troca
swap in Spanish is trueque, cambiar, permuta, intercambio
swap in Swedish is byta