Synonyms for exchange:
rifle range, stockist, bandy, heart-to-heart, multination, supranational, shuttle diplomacy, deliberation, gunfire, school shooting, shooting match, kiosk, hall, rapprochement, the global village, point-of-sale, intergovernmental, argument, confab, palaver, buying, alteration, brainstorming, shoppe, commercial, tit for tat, conversion, exploration, marksmanship, drive-by, back and forth, discussion, bull session, international relations, debate, world order, gun control, the international community, the NRA, transnational, horse trading, Russian Roulette, fire fight, crossing, pow-wow, gunfight, postmortem, talkfest, gabfest, the negotiating table, shoot-out, friendly fire, spaza.
comment, fusillade, turkey shoot, commentary, trade in, liquidate, salvo, shooting, tribute, friendship, gunshot, rotate, crossfire, invert, point-blank, shooting gallery, inquest, unfriendly, airing, correlate, consultation.
Other synonyms and related words:
dialogue, convince, comment, converse, commentary, commercial, cover, convert, bandy, outlet, throw, flip-flop, qualify, exploration, kiosk, discharge, review, argument, invert, volley, rally, switch over, diversify, drive-by, transfusion, discussion, airing, philippic, commuting, fusillade, transform, telephone exchange, change over, consultation, inquest, crossfire, gunfire, vary, pass, re-sentencing, friend, interplay, central, sub, colloquy, unfriendly, conversation, rapprochement, liquidate, bull session, deliberation, rotate, confab, modify, sale, permute, recoil, mutuality, shot, reverse, conversion, rallying, win over, deputize, transposition, transpose, fire, transfigure, metamorphose, discourse, palaver, friendship, shift, multination, transmute, reciprocity, friendly, alteration, alter, debate, permutation, twin, give and take, correlation, veer, talk, hall, salvo, talkfest, chat, multinational, flip, commutation, intergovernmental, mass meeting, tack, deepen, supranational, horse trading, swop, pass on, deputise.
Sense 2 (noun)
reciprocity, tit for tat, dialogue.
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
pass on, trade in.
Sense 11 (noun)
commission, company, activity, livelihood, posting, merchant, business, venture, partnership, practice, busy work, commerce, transaction, enterprise, assignment, career, market, labor, negotiation, service, selling, proprietorship, management, vocation, employment, job, occupation, profession, consortium, holding, calling, corporation, concern, position, establishment, specialty, retailing, affair, station, interest, barter, situation, trade, firm, industry.
place where stocks are bought, sold (noun)
stock exchange, store, market.
stock market (noun)
trade; deal (noun)
Usage examples for exchange:
- A poor private soldier, who had already more than once suffered from visions, was ordered to stand guard in a lonely mountain pass, and forced by the rules of the service to take his place there, although he begged hard to be allowed to exchange with a brother soldier, as he knew he would come to grief. - "Modern Magic", Maximilian Schele de Vere.
- The next Saturday, late in the afternoon, we called " the kid" in to do " the exchange act" again. - "Twenty Years of Hus'ling", J. P. Johnston.
- He must prevent any exchange of words between the two. - "Monsieur Lecoq", Emile Gaboriau.