• conversion; stock market; trade, barter, act of giving something in return for something else
• give one thing in return for another, replace one thing with another, trade, barter
• if people exchange things, they give them to each other at the same time. verb here but can also be used as a count noun. e.g. ...an exchange of information. they signed a two-year cultural exchange agreement.
• if you exchange one thing for another, you replace the first thing with the second.
• if someone carries out something in exchange or in exchange for something else, they do one thing in return for another thing.
• an exchange is a brief conversation; a formal use.
• an exchange is an event during a war when armies or nations use weapons against each other; a military use.
• see also stock exchange, telephone exchange.
• strike on another, fight, brawl
• financial agent or intermediary dealing with the stock market
• fee charged for changing money from one currency to another
• differences between currency exchange rates
• say hello, greet one another
• change one form of currency for another
exchange of delegations
• interchanging of foreign representatives
exchange of letters
• correspondence, reciprocal sending of letters
exchange of population
• substitution of one population with another
exchange of prisoners
• reciprocal freeing of prisoners, freeing enemy prisoners in return for the release of one's own people being held captive
exchange of students
• interchanging of students from different schools for a set period of time (often the schools are in different countries)
exchange of words
• interchange of words, discussion, communication
• trade rate, barter rate, ratio of the value of one currency in relation to the value of another
• the exchange rate is the number of units of one country's currency that can be exchanged for an equivalent amount in another country's currency.
exchange rate insurance
• government insurance on losses incurred by exporters due to a devaluation rate which is slower that the rate of inflation
exchange rate mechanism
• method for protection of a stable exchange rate, part of a monetary organization of the eec that began working in 1999
analog telephone exchange
• central system for handling telephone calls which is based on mechanical components
• exchange of artillery fire, fight in which large mounted guns are used
• automated telephone exchange
bill of exchange
• order to pay a certain person a specific amount of money
• place where corn is bought and sold
deposit linked to the rate of exchange
• type of bank account that is adjusted according to the trading value of a monetary unit
• market where diamonds are bought and sold; international diamond dealing
digital telephone exchange
• sophisticated telephone network based on electronic components
downward slide in the stock exchange
• general decrease of the value of shares on the stock market, bear market
dynamic data exchange
• standard for data transfer between various programs in a multi-tasking computer, dde
• occupations bureau, employment office, occupations agency
financial times stock exchange
• british company that publishes securities indices (owned jointly by the "financial times" and london stock exchange)
• gunplay, exchange of gunshots or artillery, reciprocal shooting from two sides
• foreign currency, currency of another nation
• the foreign exchange markets are the systems by which one country's currency is changed into another country's currency.
• foreign exchange is also one country's currency which is held by another country.
international terminal exchange
• telephone exchange which directs calls to and from other countries
internetwork packet exchange
• (computers) novell netware protocol for delivering messages in datagram format, ipx
invested in the stock exchange
• put money into stocks and bonds, bought stock shares