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mon·ey·chang·er

 (mŭn′ē-chān′jər)
n.
1. One that exchanges money, as from one currency to another.
2. A machine that holds and dispenses coins.

moneychanger

(ˈmʌnɪˌtʃeɪndʒə)
n
1. (Banking & Finance) a person engaged in the business of exchanging currencies or money
2. (Banking & Finance) chiefly US a machine for dispensing coins
Translations

moneychanger

[ˈmʌnɪˌtʃeɪndʒəʳ] Ncambista mf
References in classic literature ?
From his earliest employment as an errand-boy in a seaport, he had looked through the windows of the moneychangers as other boys look through the windows of the pastry-cooks; the fascination had wrought itself gradually into a deep special passion; he meant, when he had property, to do many things, one of them being to marry a genteel young person; but these were all accidents and joys that imagination could dispense with.
He said the moneychangers in The Mall plaza would strike on Wednesday, and block the road.
He caused a huge stir by preaching peace and tolerance - his intervention in the case of the woman accused of adultery and about to be stoned to death being an example - and attacking the moneychangers in the temple.
The board also reviewed a report and statistical data on the bank guarantees provided by moneychangers.
woodsmen, moneychangers, merchants, blacksmiths, & gamblers, (all
Hundreds of local traders, moneychangers and people from other walks of life in Farah City urged the NDS to reinstate Shams on his job as he was a competent officer.
Or was this what Jesus cleansed when he drove the moneychangers away?
He tangled publicly with lawyers about taxes and Caesar and overturned the tables of the moneychangers.
Summary: Association of Lebanese Moneychangers called on Central Bank to annul a decision that more than doubled requisite capital needed for licensing currency exchange businesses.
Somewhere in the Whispering Gallery, no doubt, Jesus was groaning about clearing the moneychangers from the temple.
In a circular, the central bank told all banks, moneychangers, investment and finance companies and other financing entities operating in the UAE that the move was 'based on the Resolution 1929 (2010) adopted by the Security Council of the United Nations at its 6335th meeting on June 9, 2010 regarding non-proliferation of nuclear weapons.
The riyals, in the hands of Pakistani moneychangers, are recycled back into regular cash channels, also through Afghanistan.