بَادَلَ \ change: to take or put one thing in place of another: Will you change places with me?. exchange: to give sth. and receive sth. else in return: We exchanged addresses. People exchange money for the goods that they need. reciprocate: to give or feel in return: She gave me a birthday gift, so I ought to reciprocate (by giving one to her). I don’t like him, and he reciprocates my dislike. swap: to give (one thing) and receive (another) in return: Schoolboys swap foreign stamps. I swapped my radio for her leather bag.

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