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1The action or an act of re-exchanging money or goods. Frequently in "change and rechange". Now historical.
2The action or an act of changing back or again; reversion or remodification. Now rare.
with object To re-exchange (goods or money). Frequently in "to change and rechange". Also used without object. Now historical.
Late 15th century. From re- + change. Compare later rechange<br>mid 16th century. From re- + change, perhaps after Anglo-Norman and Middle French rechanger to change, alter, to exchange, to change back.
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