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Definition of "interchangeability" [in•ter•change•a•bil•i•ty]

  • The ability to be interchangeable (noun)

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Use "interchangeability" in a sentence
  • "Whitney pioneered the idea of interchangeability as a fundamental principle of production, and he successfully applied the principle to a product that must be made with the greatest precision."
  • "Customers also are interested in "interchangeability," Poole notes."
  • ""The language of the factory and of human dignity is as incompatible as would be the interchangeability of machine and life.""