Definition of house swapping in English:

house swapping

Syllabification: house swap·ping


The practice of temporarily exchanging homes with another person or family, typically for a vacation: the secrets to successful house swapping include flexibility and open-mindedness
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  • Other problems occur with house swapping because of people's high expectations and differing standards of cleanliness.
  • House swapping is another free option.
  • For the past three years, "Trading Christmas" - based on the best-selling Debbie Macomber novel about how house swapping can led to romance - has been the most-watched movie on Hallmark.

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