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The most obvious verb to use seems to me to be permutare, which can very literally mean to transform completely or to turn about, but also to exchange or swap. Its attendant noun is permutatio. Depending on what you mean exactly I could envision constructions with transponere or some of the various verbs associated with commerce, like cambire (which is not ...


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It helps that differential calculus was invented at a time when mathematical works were still regularly published in Latin. From Leonhard Euler's Institutiones Calculi Differentialis (1755), caput IV, p. 115 (PDF): Ex voce autem differentialis, qua differentia infinite parua denotatur, alia nomina deriuantur, quae vsu sunt recepta. Sic verbum habetur ...


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