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interchange

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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In higher temperature and higher pressure applications, the APV Hybrid series of welded plate heat exchangers stand out as an obvious choice for operation in areas such as wet crude heaters, lean-rich interchangers, sour gas coolers, amine re-boilers and acid condensers covering processes including crude stabilization, gas dehydration and gas sweetening.
AlfaDisc is designed for use with liquids, gases and two-phase mixtures at temperatures up to +538[degrees]C (lowest temperature -195[degrees]C) and pressures as high as 72 barg, making it ideal for applications involving aggressive media such as organic solvents, steam heating duties and for use as an interchanger.
It changes gear itself, it has cruise control and a big stereo with a CD interchanger.
Operation of sounds, telephone and cruise control can be accessed via the steering wheel and those specifying the test car's Executive trim are treated to the likes of leather upholstery, a six-disc CD interchanger, heated seats, satellite navigation and electric sunroof.
My Pathfinder came with a DVD player, sat-nav and a six CD interchanger.
2-litre turbocharged engine, an electric panoramic sunroof, 7-airbags, a touchscreen 6-CD interchanger stereo, cruise control and a full leather interior for a very reasonable EUR24,370.
The interior is plush and quite purposeful with aggressively shaped bucket seats and a flat-top steering wheel although, oddly for such an expensive machine, the Becker Mexico stereo had fairly basic satellite navigation and no CD interchanger.
In HSE specification there's satellite navigation, cruise, an eight speaker CD interchanger, leather, wood and 19 inch wheels.
He found a way out through a rear fire door and stole a Panasonic CD interchanger, a Technic deck, a Calmclub pro-mixer and a Dennon CD player, worth a total of pounds 2,030.
Certainly, the standard kit isn't too shabby with the full array of safety kit, a CD interchanger, climate control and 17-inch alloy wheels.
While the Elite gets full leather, front and rear parking sensors, a six-disc CD interchanger, Bluetooth phone preparation, xenon headlights and tyre pressure monitors for EUR50,645 (ex works).