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Translation of "exchange" - English-Spanish dictionary

exchange

verb /iksˈtʃeindʒ/
to give, or give up, in return for something else cambiar Can you exchange a dollar note for two 50-cent pieces? to give and receive in return intercambiar They exchanged amused glances. exchangeable adjective cambiable exchange rate noun (business) the value of the money of one country when you change it into the currency of another country tasa de cambio You generally get a better exchange rate at a bank than at an airport.
(Definition of exchange from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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