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exchange US English

An act of giving one thing and receiving another (especially of the same type or value) in return

exchange US Thesaurus

the exchange of ideas

in exchange US English

As a thing exchanged

base exchange US English

A store at a naval or air force base selling personal items, clothing, refreshments, etc.

corn exchange US English

(In the UK) a building where corn is or was traded, typically a hall now converted for other public use

exchange rate US English

The value of one currency for the purpose of conversion to another

ion exchange US English

The exchange of ions of the same charge between an insoluble solid and a solution in contact with it, used in water-softening and other purification and separation processes

part exchange US English

A method of buying something in which one gives an article that one owns as part of the payment for another, more expensive, article

post exchange US English

A store at a US military base selling food, clothing, and other items

Baltic Exchange US English

An association of companies, based in London, whose members are engaged in numerous international trading activities, especially the chartering of vessels to carry cargo

stock exchange US English

A market in which securities are bought and sold

stock exchange New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, capital as proper name)

exchange control US English

A governmental restriction on the movement of currency between countries

foreign exchange US English

The currency of other countries

telephone exchange US English

A set of equipment that connects telephone lines during a call

bill of exchange US English

A written order to a person requiring the person to make a specified payment to the signatory or to a named payee; a promissory note

exchange transfusion US English

The simultaneous removal of a patient’s blood and replacement by donated blood, used in treating serious conditions such as hemolytic disease of the newborn

exchange rate mechanism US English

An arrangement within the European Monetary System that allows the value of participating currencies to fluctuate to a defined degree in relation to each other so as to control exchange rates. Each currency is given a rate of exchange with the euro, from which it is allowed to fluctuate by no more than a specified amount; if it moves beyond this the government in question must alter its economic policies or reset the currency’s rate with the euro

in exchange in exchange US English

As a thing exchanged

the Stock Exchange in stock exchange US English

The level of prices in the stock market

par of exchange in par1 US English

The recognized value of one country’s currency in terms of another’s

exchange blows in exchange US Thesaurus

they exchanged blows out in the parking lot

exchange words in exchange US Thesaurus

the children would tearfully listen from upstairs when their parents exchanged words


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