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Exchange

Meanings and phrases

exchange

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n.
  1. chemical process in which one atom or ion or group changes places with another
  2. a mutual expression of views (especially an unpleasant one)
  3. the act of changing one thing for another thing; interchange
  4. the act of giving something in return for something received
  5. a workplace that serves as a telecommunications facility where lines from telephones can be connected together to permit communication; central; telephone exchange
  6. a workplace for buying and selling; open only to members
  7. reciprocal transfer of equivalent sums of money (especially the currencies of different countries); interchange
  8. (chess) gaining (or losing) a rook in return for a knight or bishop
  9. (chess) the capture by both players (usually on consecutive moves) of pieces of equal value
  10. (sports) an unbroken sequence of several successive strokes; rally
  11. the act of putting one thing or person in the place of another:; substitution; commutation

exchange

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v.
  1. give to, and receive from, one another; change; interchange
  2. exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category; change; commute; convert
  3. change over, change around, as to a new order or sequence; switch over; switch
  4. exchange a penalty for a less severe one; commute; convert
  5. hand over one and receive another, approximately equivalent
  6. put in the place of another; switch seemingly equivalent items; substitute; replace; interchange

American Stock Exchange

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n.
  1. a stock exchange in New York; AMEX; Curb

N. Y . Stock Exchange

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n.
  1. a stock exchange in New York; New York Stock Exchange; NYSE; big board

New York Stock Exchange

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n.
  1. a stock exchange in New York; N. Y. Stock Exchange; NYSE; big board

Securities and Exchange Commission

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n.
  1. an independent federal agency that oversees the exchange of securities to protect investors; SEC

bill of exchange

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n.
  1. a document ordering the payment of money; drawn by one person or bank on another; draft; order of payment

commodities exchange

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n.
  1. an exchange for buying and selling commodities for future delivery; commodity exchange; commodities market

commodity exchange

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n.
  1. an exchange for buying and selling commodities for future delivery; commodities exchange; commodities market

corn exchange

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n.
  1. an exchange where grains are bought and sold

exchange premium

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n.
  1. a fee charged for exchanging currencies; agio; agiotage; premium

exchange rate

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n.
  1. the charge for exchanging currency of one country for currency of another; rate of exchange
E.g.
  • The currency was on a record exchange rate run in 2008.
  • Over time, the price level and exchange rate began to fall.
  • In 2016 the exchange rate was 110.2 CFP francs per US dollar.

exchange traded fund

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n.
  1. a mutual fund that is traded on a stock exchange; ETF

exchange transfusion

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n.
  1. slow removal of a person's blood and its replacement with equal amounts of a donor's blood

foreign exchange

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n.
  1. the system by which one currency is exchanged for another; enables international transactions to take place
E.g.
  • Reserves of foreign exchange & gold: $11.78 billion (2006 est.)
  • As a result, foreign exchange and customers' markets flourished.
  • It also manages the country's foreign exchange and gold reserves.

futures exchange

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n.
  1. a commodity exchange where futures contracts are traded; futures market; forward market

ion exchange

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n.
  1. a process in which ions are exchanged between a solution and an insoluble (usually resinous) solid; widely used in industrial processing
E.g.
  • The salts are separated by ion exchange.
  • Counter-current deionization is the more attractive method of ion exchange.
  • There are two types of ion exchange chromatography: Cation-Exchange and Anion-Exchange.

medium of exchange

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n.
  1. anything that is generally accepted as a standard of value and a measure of wealth in a particular country or region; monetary system
E.g.
  • As a medium of exchange, money facilitates trade.
  • A currency is a kind of money and medium of exchange.
  • Money's most important function is as a medium of exchange to facilitate transactions.

photochemical exchange

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n.
  1. an exchange produced by the chemical action of radiant energy (especially light)

post exchange

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n.
  1. a commissary on a United States Army post; PX

rate of exchange

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n.
  1. the charge for exchanging currency of one country for currency of another; exchange rate

stock exchange

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n.
  1. an exchange where security trading is conducted by professional stockbrokers; stock market; securities market
E.g.
  • Later it was listed at the Tallinn stock exchange.
  • there are 44 companies listed on the stock exchange.
  • Now, it has a listing on stock exchange in Shanghai, .

telephone exchange

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n.
  1. a workplace that serves as a telecommunications facility where lines from telephones can be connected together to permit communication; central; exchange
E.g.
  • St Cyrus has its own telephone exchange (code ESSTC).
  • There is a BSNL rural telephone exchange.
  • It operated over a special type of telephone exchange system.

exchange between

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E.g.
  • Every information exchange between living organisms — i.e.
  • Besides exchange between systems (e.g.
  • Bacteria today remain capable of gene exchange between distantly-related lineages.

cultural exchange

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E.g.
  • It is marked by economic and cultural exchange.
  • In 1363, he went to Yuan China as an ambassador for cultural exchange.
  • It was made while Aubert was on a cultural exchange residency in Kangiqsujuaq in 2012.

exchange rates

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E.g.
  • Their exchange rates were locked at fixed rates against each other.
  • 525, or approximately ₤52-10s-0d per month at prevailing exchange rates).
  • They do so by connecting to a database of current currency exchange rates.

exchange program

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E.g.
  • The school has an exchange program with Chicago-Kent.
  • The Fujiyoshida Student exchange program has become an annual event.
  • Both of them were headed to Cambridge for a school exchange program.

exchange student

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E.g.
  • It is important to remember that István was an exchange student.
  • He is a middle eastern exchange student with "the best reefer on campus".
  • Between 1986 and 1987, Kofod was an exchange student in South Jordan, Utah.

exchange programs

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E.g.
  • A number of exchange programs work between young Germans and Israelis.
  • The Newton-Beijing Jingshan Program has been a model for exchange programs across the country.
  • Since then, the two countries have engaged in joint military cooperation and exchange programs.

exchange of information

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E.g.
  • British and American exchange of information continued but their programmes remained separate.
  • APHL connects US public health laboratories with federal agencies, serving as a conduit for exchange of information.
  • However, for the 2020 contest in Rotterdam, pigeon holes will not be used, in an effort to modernise the exchange of information.

prisoner exchange

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E.g.
  • On July 2, 1779, Fanning was included in a prisoner exchange.
  • He was released in 1941 during a U.S.-German prisoner exchange.
  • A proposal by Lee for a prisoner exchange was rejected by Meade.

information exchange

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E.g.
  • Every information exchange between living organisms — i.e.
  • But the primary purpose of the meetings is information exchange and discussion across the consortia.
  • These establishments broke down social barriers and allowed for socialization and information exchange.

exchange of ideas

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E.g.
  • The institute has organized the exchange of ideas through conferences, and published books.
  • This exchange of ideas has been described as "one of the great political debates in British history".
  • The research results provide a basis for the exchange of ideas among experts and other relevant groups.

gas exchange

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E.g.
  • However, the mother's body does provide gas exchange.
  • They have respiratory trees for gas exchange.
  • They supplement this with gas exchange through the skin.

exchange information

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E.g.
  • End systems: physical & logical end systems that exchange information 2.
  • Members ask questions and exchange information using a number of online forums.
  • Representatives of Member States meet to exchange information and discuss implementation issues.

student exchange

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E.g.
  • ENS Paris-Saclay cooperates with many foreign universities, for example in student exchange programs.
  • The partnership resulted in numerous scientific papers, staff mobility and student exchange programmes.
  • This is claimed to be the oldest proven instance of schools in Germany and England having a student exchange.

data exchange

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E.g.
  • Autolisp routines were used for the data exchange.
  • The data exchange format (spML) is also under development.
  • By abstracting access, it facilitates cross-platform data exchange.

population exchange

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E.g.
  • Most of the minority, especially Greeks, had to leave the country due to the population exchange.
  • Mečiar even suggested a complete population exchange at a bilateral negotiation with Horn in 1997.
  • Many Karamanlides were forced to leave their homes during the 1923 population exchange between Greece and Turkey.

exchange of fire

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E.g.
  • The exchange of fire took place at range of a few yards.
  • There was a brief exchange of fire before both sides sailed on.
  • According to him, "there is an exchange of fire almost on a daily basis.

currency exchange

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E.g.
  • GDP (at currency exchange rate) was $40 trillion during 2004.
  • They do so by connecting to a database of current currency exchange rates.
  • There is also a currency exchange (bureau de change), as well as Etisalat and Du telecoms outlets.

exchange students

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E.g.
  • Each year it welcomes around 500 exchange students.
  • It attracts some 1,500 international and exchange students every year.
  • Approximately 200 exchange students are admitted into Chung-Ang University per year.

international exchange

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E.g.
  • The University has international exchange ties with 25 institutions around the world.
  • The Institute also promotes international exchange among researchers and policy makers.
  • DWU has concluded international exchange agreements with 23 universities in ten countries.

exchange ideas

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E.g.
  • Scientists, customers and managers come together to exchange ideas regarding current developments.
  • There were seminars which gave the people in the business an opportunity to exchange ideas off one another.
  • "I really like essays because we exchange ideas with them and consistently build the dramatic tempo of a cinematic narrative.

fixed exchange

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E.g.
  • The legal tender of French Polynesia is the CFP Franc which has a fixed exchange rate with the Euro.
  • Maintenance of the fixed exchange rate is the responsibility of Danmarks Nationalbank, the Danish central bank.
  • Denmark is presently the only OECD member country maintaining an independent currency with a fixed exchange rate.

foreign exchange student

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E.g.
  • There is the opportunity for foreign travel, including a German foreign exchange student program.
  • In 1984, he was a foreign exchange student and a prep basketball player at Taylorville High School in Taylorville, Illinois.
  • A student living in a neighboring public school district or a foreign exchange student may seek admission to Area School District.

local exchange

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E.g.
  • In 1997, the company was acquired by Intermedia Communications, a competitive local exchange carrier based in Tampa, Florida.
  • The divested local companies continued to be protected in lesser degree from competition in the local exchange market as a public utility.
  • , officials at the stock exchange were investigating the possibility of augmenting the local exchange with an International Securities Market (ISM) venture.

exchange market

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E.g.
  • Aetna announced that it would exit the exchange market in all remaining states.
  • The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) is the country's first and most important stock exchange market.
  • London is the world's greatest foreign exchange market, with much of the trade conducted in the City of London.

key exchange

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E.g.
  • For key exchange, Acrobits Softphone offers support for SDES and ZRTP protocols.
  • This may be useful in cryptography proofs, such as the Diffie–Hellman key exchange.
  • Public key encryption schemes based on the Diffie–Hellman key exchange have been proposed.

fixed exchange rate

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The legal tender of French Polynesia is the CFP Franc which has a fixed exchange rate with the Euro.
  • Maintenance of the fixed exchange rate is the responsibility of Danmarks Nationalbank, the Danish central bank.
  • Denmark is presently the only OECD member country maintaining an independent currency with a fixed exchange rate.

exchange of letters

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E.g.
  • This exchange of letters was published in the Bulletin of the Federal Government.
  • See also an interesting exchange of letters between the above authors and Bobath tutors.
  • This acts of chivalry led to a courteous exchange of letters between Nelson and Gutiérrez.

exchange for money

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E.g.
  • The couple who found the baby gave it to Primrose DeVille in exchange for money.
  • Likewise, some of them have bought land and received deeds in exchange for money and we must recognise them.
  • Raj meets Madhubala "Madhu" (Preity Zinta), a prostitute, who agrees to carry Raj's baby in exchange for money.

heated exchange

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E.g.
  • He refused the order and resigned several days later after a heated exchange with the king.
  • In May 2013 Boyles was suspended from his KHOW show after a heated exchange with the show's longtime producer Greg Hollenback.
  • In particular, James engaged in a particularly heated exchange with Vincent Megaw (and his wife Ruth) on the pages of "Antiquity".

exchange programme

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E.g.
  • The programme also sponsors an exchange programme for students at the two institutions.
  • The most visible of these has been the Erasmus Programme, a university exchange programme which began in 1987.
  • Gymnasium Schwertstrasse also has a French exchange programme with the Lycée Mathias in Solingen's sister city Chalon sur Saône.

exchange reserves

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E.g.
  • A less developed country will pay for imports with its foreign exchange reserves.
  • Foreign exchange reserves doubled from US$30 billion in 2001 to US$64 billion in 2006.
  • Its foreign exchange reserves reached US$3.1 trillion as of 2019, making its reserves by far the world's largest.

heat exchange

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E.g.
  • In 1870 metabolism and heat exchange during exercise was introduced.
  • Heating and cooling is via hassock-like heat exchange units near the windows.
  • Impurity concentrations are highest where steam is being produced near heat exchange surfaces.

foreign exchange market

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E.g.
  • London is the world's greatest foreign exchange market, with much of the trade conducted in the City of London.
  • The 1981-84 Reagan administration had an explicit policy of "benign neglect" toward the foreign exchange market.
  • There are many reasons a country's monetary and/or fiscal authority may want to intervene in the foreign exchange market.
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