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a motorway junction of interconnecting roads and bridges designed to prevent streams of traffic crossing one another

interchange

[′in·tər‚chānj]
(civil engineering)
A junction of two or more highways at a number of separate levels so that traffic can pass from one highway to another without the crossing at grade of traffic streams.
(electricity)
The current flowing into or out of a power system which is interconnected with one or more other power systems.
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The word accent is often used interchangeably with stress, though some prosodists use accent to mean the emphasis that is determined by the normal meaning of the words while stress is used to mean metrical emphasis.
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