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  1. exchange

    • IPA[iksˈCHānj]

    美式

    • n.
      an act of giving one thing and receiving another (especially of the same type or value) in return;a visit or visits in which two people or groups from different countries stay with each other or do each other's jobs
    • v.
      give something and receive something of the same kind in return;give or receive one thing in place of another
    • noun: exchange, plural noun: exchanges

    • verb: exchange, 3rd person present: exchanges, gerund or present participle: exchanging, past tense: exchanged, past participle: exchanged

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of giving one thing and receiving another (especially of the same type or value) in return:

      negotiations should eventually lead to an exchange of land for peace

      an exchange of prisoners of war

    • 2. a visit or visits in which two people or groups from different countries stay with each other or do each other's jobs:

      nine colleagues were away on an exchange visit to Germany

    • 3. a short conversation; an argument:

      there was a heated exchange

    • 4. the giving of money for its equivalent in the money of another country.
    • 5. the fee or percentage charged for converting the currency of one country into that of another.
    • 6. a system or market in which commercial transactions involving currency, shares, commodities, etc., can be carried out within or between countries.
    • 7. a central office or station of operations providing telephone service:

      private branch exchanges to automate internal telephone networks

    • 8. a move or short sequence of moves in which both players capture material of comparable value, or particularly the exchange in which one captures a rook in return for a knight or bishop (and is said to win the exchange).
    • 9. a building or institution used for the trading of a particular commodity or commodities:

      the New York Stock Exchange

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give something and receive something of the same kind in return:

      we exchanged addresses

      he exchanged a concerned glance with Stephen

    • 2. give or receive one thing in place of another:

      we regret that tickets cannot be exchanged

      I exchanged my overalls for a sober dark suit

    • n. an institution or system for dealing in the currency of other countries.

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    • n. an institution or system for dealing in the currencies of other countries.

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    • n. a market in which securities are bought and sold:

    • the company was floated on the stock exchange

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    • n. a market in which securities are bought and sold:

    • the company was floated on the stock exchange

      the chief executive of the London Stock Exchange

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    • n.
      a method of buying something in which one gives an article that one owns as part of the payment for another, more expensive, article:
    • he sold the car in part exchange for another vehicle
    • v.
      give or take (an article) in part exchange:
    • the caravans had been part-exchanged in favour of better-equipped vans

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    • n. a governmental restriction on the movement of currency between countries.

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    • ph. an association of companies, based in London, whose members are engaged in numerous international trading activities, especially the chartering of vessels to carry cargo.

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    • n. a store at a naval or air force base selling personal items, clothing, refreshments, etc.

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    • IPA[ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ]

    英式

    • n.
      an act of giving one thing and receiving another (especially of the same kind) in return:
    • negotiations should lead to an exchange of land for peace

      opportunities for the exchange of information

    • v.
      give something and receive something of the same kind in return:
    • we exchanged addresses

      he exchanged a concerned glance with Stephen

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