from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. Present participle of swap.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Large; big; “whopping.”


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • "We see it more often on ramps, with what we call swapping paint."

  • As you say, true swapping is a lot of fun, and more rewarding than losing money buying and selling.

    A Site Where you can Trade Rare Books and First Editions?

  • I would be interested in swapping a stay at our B&B (The Reel-em-Inn - Coburn PA) for permission to hunt some private land in Ohio for whitetail.


  • At every Stampin 'Up event, swapping is a huge aspect of the event ... and Leadership was no exception.

    Leadership Swaps

  • Kahn being a woman would involve either a literal sex change operation or some sort of brain swapping thing.

    'Star Trek 2': Casting Khan...why couldn't it be a woman? |

  • Elections Canada investigated the matter and concluded that vote swapping is legal, but cautioned voters that there is no way to be sure that your swap is being honoured.

    2008 September : Law is Cool

  • One of the people in support of vote swapping is the author of the blog More Notes from Underground.

    2008 September : Law is Cool

  • Can't see any use in swapping my LH mag 1100 for anything by Benelli, either, since it would be wrong handed, and the 1100 shoots faster than I do, anyway.


  • And it is a fallacy to assume that point mutations are the only kinds of mutations, particularly with binding sites there are several other known mechanisms, e.g. domain swapping, duplication/transposition of binding domains, etc.

    Behe's Two-Binding-Sites Rule

  • I use Google Reader for RSS feeds and Friendfeed for my social networking sites … no interest in swapping anything like that over to an AOL portal. —

    Who Uses AOL and Why? - Bits Blog -


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