exchanger


exchanger
exchange VERB give something and receive something else in return.
NOUN 1) an act or the action of exchanging. 2) a short conversation or argument. 3) the giving of money for its equivalent in the currency of another country. 4) a building or institution used for the trading of commodities. 5) a set of equipment that connects telephone lines during a call.
DERIVATIVES exchangeable adjective exchanger noun.
ORIGIN Old French eschangier, from changer (see CHANGE(Cf. ↑changer)).

English terms dictionary. 2015.

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