verb (used with or without object), swopped, swopping, noun
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)
noun, verb swops, swopping, swopped
a variant spelling of swap
severe weather avoidance procedures
noun 1. a short sword that may be attached to the muzzle of a gun and used as a bayonet. sword bayonet noun 1. a bayonet with a swordlike blade and hilt, capable of use as a sword
noun 1. a twining vine, Canavalia gladiata, of the legume family, found in the tropics of the Eastern Hemisphere, having large, showy, pealike flowers and reddish-brown seeds.
[sawrd-bair-er] /ˈsɔrdˌbɛər ər/ noun, British. 1. an official who carries the sword of state on ceremonial occasions, as before the sovereign, a magistrate, or the like. noun 1. an official who carries a ceremonial sword