Swopping



verb (used with or without object), swopped, swopping, noun
1.
swap.
verb (used with object), swapped, swapping.
1.
to exchange, barter, or trade, as one thing for another:
He swapped his wrist watch for the radio.
verb (used without object), swapped, swapping.
2.
to make an exchange.
noun
3.
an exchange:
He got the radio in a swap.
verb swaps, swapping, swapped, swops, swopping, swopped
1.
to trade or exchange (something or someone) for another
noun
2.
an exchange
3.
something that is exchanged
4.
(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)
noun, verb swops, swopping, swopped
1.
a variant spelling of swap
SWAP
severe weather avoidance procedures

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