moneychanger


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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 ?
He had a very distinct and intense vision of his chief good, the vigorous greed which he had inherited having taken a special form by dint of circumstance: and his chief good was to be a moneychanger.
MUZAFFARABAD -- A moneychanger was shot while resisting attempted robbery at his shop in the Dadyal town of Mirpur on Tuesday.
They later asked the victim to go to a moneychanger, convert $100 into pesos and distribute the money to beggars around the hotel.
Moneychanger Ahmad Shah said the buying rate of one US dollar was 57.
A moneychanger, Zubair Ahmad, has been taken into custody by the Anti-Narcotics force from Lahore on Thursday.
A teller displays 100 US dollar notes at a moneychanger in Jakarta on May 30 , 2012.
Thursday's assault prompted a wave of solidarity, similar to the outpouring of support that occurred in the wake of a brutal murder of a moneychanger in Sidon late last month.
When I converted yen, I felt the wad of dollars (the moneychanger handed to him) was quite large,'' says Arioka.
12 -- Unidentified men took away large amount of cash from workers of a local moneychanger in broad daylight here on Wednesday.
Kalia Group is oldest group in this field and has vast experience of moneychanger business.
AIP quoted moneychanger Qari Mohammad Tahir as saying the afghani has been losing its value because Russia had printed a vast amount of the currency for delivery to its supporters in Afghanistan.
8m worth of Saudi Riyals and Rs301,000 belonging to another moneychanger in the van.