interchangeability interchangeability

Definition(s):

  • (n) the quality of being capable of exchange or interchange

Usage(s):

  1. We are all familiar with the GOP's interchangeability in regards to facts, fiction, and opinions.
  2. The one-and two-piece culottes match a variety of blouses and jackets, thus fulfilling one of the essentials of a sportswear wardrobe: interchangeability.
  3. We are all familiar with the GOP's interchangeability in regards to facts, fiction, and opinions.

News

  • Biosimilars Legislation Introduced To Notify Patients of Changes to Prescriptions

    BIO and the Delaware BioScience Association commend Delaware State Senate for introducing legislation designed to address regulatory issues related to the interchangeability of biological medicines. Biosimilars are not generics, and even slight changes to biologic drug can change its properties entirely. Senate Bill 118 seeks to properly preserve physician-patient relationship, protect patient ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

Quotes

  1. "There is also some interchangeability between linebackers, like in Don's case," said Belichick, "playing safety-type positions. That interchangeability is built in early in training camp. It is used in different percentages or with different...
    on Nov 30, 2004 By: Bill Belichick Source: Boston Globe

  2. Andrew said: "Although we've lost three players, one of the things we've said all summer is we've got so much quality and interchangeability that we could still make a case for three or four variations in that position. The option we've taken just...
    on Sep 30, 2004 By: Rob Andrew Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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