alternate

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  • So, one should always try to find out the alternate ways to complete each task.
  • Some alternate rule sets allow players to clear at any time in or out of turn.
  • He is an alternate member of the board of health and the head of its medical department.
  • Play alternates between the two sides until one side is unable to make a move.
  • The use of alternating current was still under development during this time.
  • Also they selected alternates in case of a student not being able to come.
  • Players alternate turns in this hand-building process until all cards are chosen.
  • They alternated in this manner as many times as necessary until the story was finished.
  • The video alternates between the band playing, and a young girl with short hair.
  • From this point, the band have been alternating their focus between different projects.
  • These elected officials serve a term of four years, with elections alternating every two years.
  • They are based on a series of alternating half steps and whole steps.
  • This was the first known story to feature an alternate history being created as a result of time travel.
  • The club briefly used an alternate design in the pre-season competition.
  • The player alternated per level between using car and space ship.
  • A film may also be re-edited to produce an alternate version for other countries.
  • The game's location alternates each year from both's schools football fields.
  • After a successful serve, players alternate hitting the ball against the front wall.
  • The show now alternates between these two permanent sites on an annual basis.
  • Previous to this election, the parties had alternated their time in office since independence.
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Words starting with alternate

Meaning of alternate

  • verb Go back and forth; swing back and forth between two states or conditions
  • verb Exchange people temporarily to fulfill certain jobs and functions
  • verb Do something in turns
    We take turns on the night shift
  • adjective Of leaves and branches etc; first on one side and then on the other in two ranks along an axis; not paired
    stems with alternate leaves