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bureau de change
American English: /ˌbjʊroʊ də ˈʃɑnʒ/
British English: /ˌbjʊərəʊ də ˈʃɒ̃ʒ/

Translation of bureau de change in Spanish:

noun plural bureaux de change

  • Example sentences
    • This 24-hour distribution eliminates the need for customers to visit the bureau de change for currency exchange.
    • Staff would send people with European currency to the customer service desk and we would operate as a bureau de change against a rate fixed two or three times a week.
    • He laundered his money through bureaux de change and in casinos in Amsterdam.

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