exchange en Inglés

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n. conversion; stock market; trade, barter, act of giving something in return for something else
v. give one thing in return for another, replace one thing with another, trade, barter

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“This is important because of tangible and tacit information that is exchanged… and the notes that they swap,” said Mr Harcourt.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Cedric went to her, and she bent down to him; he threw his arms around her neck, and they exchanged kisses.
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Dawson and the housekeeper exchanged glances.
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Furthermore, the exchange might produce a little cash, which he could immediately put to use satisfying his appetite.
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He and Mr Havisham were on the best of terms and usually exchanged smiles. The lawyer seemed to have completely forgotten his affectionate rapport.
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Despite the eloquence of a few glances they exchanged, he was amazed at the reserve La Zambinella had continued to maintain towards him.
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The problem was that in Spain people normally date for a few years before exchanging the “I do”.
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Mr. Parker exchanged a handshake and a smile.
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I recall that the Nairobi declaration also provides for the exchange of prisoners.
(Source: Voice of America)
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No one had ever seen him at the Stock Exchange, nor at the Bank, and nor in the commercial offices of the city.
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