counterchange


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
  • verb

Synonyms for counterchange

cause to change places

References in periodicals archive ?
The Bastard figuratively enacts this counterchange only so that he might assert his natural difference from young Robert and his superiority.
That this counterchange of identities possesses a nonsymbolic truth is indicated by Queen Eleanor's reaction to Philip's witty acceptance of the title:
This possibility would visually reinforce the counterchange of identities.
Others will be the subject of charges and counterchanges between information technology, pharmaceutical and financial sector companies supporting the reforms, on the one hand, and manufacturing companies, opposing the reforms, on the other hand.