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v. ex·changed, ex·chang·ing, ex·chang·es
1. To give in return for something received; trade: exchange dollars for francs; exchanging labor for room and board.
2. To give and receive reciprocally; interchange: exchange gifts; exchange ideas.
3. To give up for a substitute: exchange a position in the private sector for a post in government.
4. To turn in for replacement: exchange defective merchandise at a store.
1. To give something in return for something received; make an exchange.
2. To be received in exchange: At that time the British pound exchanged for $2.80.
1. The act or an instance of exchanging: a prisoner exchange; an exchange of greetings.
2. One that is exchanged.
3. A place or network for exchanging things, especially a center where securities or commodities are bought and sold.
4. A telephone exchange.
a. A system of payments using instruments, such as negotiable drafts, instead of money.
b. The fee or percentage charged for participating in such a system of payment.
6. A bill of exchange.
7. A rate of exchange.
8. The amount of difference in the actual value of two or more currencies or between values of the same currency at two or more places.
9. A dialogue: a heated exchange between the two in-laws.
Of or relating to a reciprocal arrangement between a local and a foreign institution or group: an exchange student; exchange programs for students learning foreign languages.

[Middle English eschaungen, from Anglo-Norman eschaungier, from Vulgar Latin *excambiāre : Latin ex-, ex- + Late Latin cambīre, to exchange, barter; see change.]

ex·change′a·ble adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.exchangeable - suitable to be exchanged
unexchangeable - not suitable to be exchanged
2.exchangeable - capable of being exchanged for or replaced by something of equal value; "convertible securities"
3.exchangeable - capable of replacing or changing places with something else; permitting mutual substitution without loss of function or suitability; "interchangeable electric outlets" "interchangeable parts"
replaceable - capable of being replaced
قابِل للمُبادَلَه للصَّرْف


[ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒəbl] ADJcambiable; [prisoners, publications, stamps] → canjeable


adjaustauschbar (for gegen); goods boughtumtauschbar (for gegen); goods bought in the sale are not exchangeableAusverkaufsware ist vom Umtausch ausgeschlossen


[ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒəbl] adjcambiabile


(iksˈtʃeindʒ) verb
1. to give, or give up, in return for something else. Can you exchange a dollar note for two 50-cent pieces?
2. to give and receive in return. They exchanged amused glances.
1. the giving and taking of one thing for another. He gave me a pencil in exchange for the marble; An exchange of opinions is helpful.
2. a conversation or dispute. An angry exchange took place between the two brothers when their father's will was read.
3. the act of exchanging the money of one country for that of another.
4. the difference between the value of money in different countries. What is the rate of exchange between the U.S. dollar and the yen?
5. a place where business shares are bought and sold or international financial dealings carried on.
6. (also telephone exchange) a central telephone system where lines are connected.
exˈchangeable adjective
References in classic literature ?
A pound was issued to him weekly, as to the other boys; but as candles were available capital, and easily exchangeable for birds' eggs or young birds, Martin's pound invariably found its way in a few hours to Howlett's the bird-fancier's, in the Bilton road, who would give a hawk's or nightingale's egg or young linnet in exchange.
That wealth had been, in his desert home, like Robinson Crusoe's money; exchangeable with no one, lying idle in the dark to rust, until he poured it out for her.
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Most immediately, the issuance frees Aabar to settle its Daimler exchangeable bond, allowing it to reduce the cost of its debt.
Exchangeable debt is bonds issued by one company that are convertible into common shares of a second company (hereafter the underlying firm) in which the issuing firm has a stake.
Nexen, Inc (NYSE: NXY) (TSX: NXY), a Canada-based oil and gas exploration and development company, has announced acquiring ownership of additional exchangeable limited partnership units of Canexus Limited Partnership, a subsidiary of Canexus Income Fund.
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Exchangeable shares permit a foreign public company to acquire a Canadian public company for stock, while preserving the tax advantages to the target's shareholders of continuing to own shares of a Canadian company.
This paper analyzes the valuation effects of and the motivation for issuing exchangeable debt -- a hybrid form of convertible debt.
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