verb (used with object), ex·changed, ex·chang·ing.
verb (used without object), ex·changed, ex·chang·ing.
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Origin of exchange
OTHER WORDS FROM exchangeex·chang·er, nounpre·ex·change, verb (used with object), pre·ex·changed, pre·ex·chang·ing.re·ex·change, verb, re·ex·changed, re·ex·chang·ing.un·ex·changed, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for exchanger
During the course of the unprofitable labour of waiting till he had found an exchanger who wanted coals, he might have perished.
He cannot exist, except as a beggar, unless he puts himself in the condition to become an exchanger.
The rates of exchange of foreign coins were fixed by proclamation, and the office of exchanger limited to a particular place.The History of Currency, 1252 to 1896|William Arthur Shaw
British Dictionary definitions for exchanger (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for exchanger (2 of 2)
- anything given or received as an equivalent, replacement, or substitute for something else
- (as modifier)an exchange student
- a place where securities or commodities are sold, bought, or traded, esp by brokers or merchantsa stock exchange; a corn exchange
- (as modifier)an exchange broker
- the system by which commercial debts between parties in different places are settled by commercial documents, esp bills of exchange, instead of by direct payment of money
- the percentage or fee charged for accepting payment in this manner
Derived forms of exchangeexchangeable, adjectiveexchangeability, nounexchangeably, adverb
Word Origin for exchange
Medical definitions for exchanger
Idioms and Phrases with exchanger
see in exchange.