verb (used with object), swapped, swapping.
to exchange, barter, or trade, as one thing for another:
He swapped his wrist watch for the radio.
verb (used without object), swapped, swapping.
to make an exchange.
He got the radio in a swap.
verb swaps, swapping, swapped, swops, swopping, swopped
to trade or exchange (something or someone) for another
something that is exchanged
(finance) Also called swap option, swaption. a contract in which the parties to it exchange liabilities on outstanding debts, often exchanging fixed interest-rate for floating-rate debts (debt swap), either as a means of managing debt or in trading (swap trading)
severe weather avoidance procedures
- Swap space
operating system An area of disk (e.g. a swap file) used to store the state of a process that has been swapped out. Under a virtual memory system, it is the amount of swap space rather than the amount of physical memory which determines the maximum size of a single process and the maximum total […]
noun 1. another name for swap (sense 4)
noun 1. (in India) self-government. 2. (initial capital letter) (formerly, in British India) the political party supporting this principle over British rule. noun 1. (in British India) self-government; independence
noun 1. the grassy surface of land; turf. 2. a stretch of turf; a growth of grass. verb (used with object) 3. to cover with sward or turf. verb (used without object) 4. to become covered with sward. noun 1. turf or grass or a stretch of turf or grass verb 2. to cover or […]