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Do you want to swap seats?
If you like this one better, I'll swap with you.
Members are encouraged to swap books with each other.
Managers will swap jobs with sales staff for a day.
Let's swap over: I'll drive and you can navigate.
Drew called a team meeting and said he was going to swap us two over.
This is the British English definition of swap. View American English definition of swap.
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