Exchange

Exchange

Definition

1. Giving one thing and receiving something in return, or the act of so doing. 2. An institution that facilitates the trading of commodities such as stocks or bonds. 3. A transaction in which people living far from one another settle accounts by transferring credits or drafts called bills of exchange.

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