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. 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.
The gang had been involved in various incidents of robbery.The gang looted moneychanger at gun point when he was travelling in his car at Indus Highway.
A moneychanger shop was looted on busy Faisal Shaheed road in Taxila on Friday.
Under Article Four, any bank or moneychanger that does not comply with the law will be fined a maximum of KD10,000 while anyone who remits money not through the accredited banks and moneychangers will be sent to prison for a maximum of five years and a fine that amounts to the double of the money sent abroad.
They later asked the victim to go to a moneychanger, convert $100 into pesos and distribute the money to beggars around the hotel.
Signboards such as Aryana Moneychanger' in English or Tele Link: Behtareen and Mayari Mobile Phone Series' in Urdu are a common sight in Khost City.
Moneychanger Ahmad Shah said the buying rate of one US dollar was 57.45afs, while 1,000 Pakistani rupees accounted for 561afs.
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.
To comply with the policies of the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and to help organise the currency market of Iran, Sarafi Jalali for now will not announce any rates, said by SarafiJalali.com, a Tehran moneychanger website.
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.