change places with someone

change places with someone
change/swap/trade/places (with someone) phrase
to take someone’s position while they take yours

I’d love to swap places with someone famous, just for a day.

Thesaurus: to replace, or to be replacedsynonym
Main entry: place

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • trade places with someone — change/swap/trade/places (with someone) phrase to take someone’s position while they take yours I’d love to swap places with someone famous, just for a day. Thesaurus: to replace, or to be replacedsynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

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