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part exchange

n
1. (Commerce) a transaction in which used goods are taken as partial payment for more expensive ones of the same type
2. (Commerce) (as modifier): part-exchange deals.
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part exchange

n to offer/take something in part exchangeetw in Zahlung geben/nehmen

part exchange

n (Brit) in part exchangein pagamento parziale
we will take your car in part exchange for a new one → detrarremo il valore della sua vecchia auto da quello della nuova
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Alternatively, part-exchanging an existing property for a brand new home gives buyers the opportunity to consider moving to a new home without any of the stress and uncertainty that's normally associated with house buying.
Our revamped part-exchange service works like part-exchanging a car.
Part-exchanging with Shepherd Homes means you can use your existing home as part payment for a new property, which are all designed, built and finished by Shepherd Homes.
Part Exchange schemes are playing a key role in keeping the housing market moving, but what are the pros and cons of part-exchanging a property for a new build home, when every scheme is different.
Don't even think about part-exchanging - walk away from the dealer's and bid pounds 5,500 for the supermarket Note.
By part-exchanging with us you will have a guaranteed purchaser for your home, which will sell at a guaranteed price.
He added: "Along with part-exchanging our old home we also used Barratt's professional removals service along with its recommended Independent Financial Adviser and solicitor.
Brian Budd, 41, described as a hard- working man doing his best to support his family, bought the Mitsubishi truck in Ireland paying pounds 10,000 and part-exchanging motor parts for it.