interconvert
transitive verb see interconversion

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  • interconvert — interconvertible, adj. interconvertibility, n. interconvertibly, adv. /in teuhr keuhn verrt /, v.t. to subject to interconversion; interchange. [1950 55; INTER + CONVERT] * * * …   Universalium

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  • interconvert — in·ter·convert …   English syllables

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