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exchange /ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ/ noun
exchange verb [transitive]

معاوضه کردن ، معاوضه و مبادله پول ، رد کردن چوب امدادی به یار ، تهاتر ، تعویض ، تبدیل ارز ، فروشگاه پادگان ، مبادله پول ، معاوضه ، تبادل ، ردوبدل ارز ، اسعار ، جای معاملات ارزی و سهامی ، بورس ، صرافخانه ، صرافی ، مبادله کردن ، عوض کردن ، تسعیر یافتن ، رد و بدل کننده ، علوم مهندسی: مرکز مبادله ، معماری: صرافی ، قانون ـ فقه: معاوضه ، ارز ، روانشناسی: مبادله ، بازرگانی: مبادله پول ، معاوضه ، ورزش: تفاوت ، علوم نظامی: معاوضه کردن
مهندسی صنایع: مبادله ، معامله ، داد و ستد کردن کامپیوتر: معامله ، عوض کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- interchange, barter, change, convert into, swap, switch, trade
- interchange, barter, quid pro quo, reciprocity, substitution, swap, switch, tit for tat, trade
Related Idioms: give as much as one takes, give tit for tat, return the compliment
Related Words: displace, replace, pay back, reciprocate
English Thesaurus: exchange, change, swap, trade, switch, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. exchange1 S2 W1 /ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ/ noun

1. GIVING/RECEIVING [uncountable and countable] the act of giving someone something and receiving something else from them
exchange of
an exchange of political prisoners
in exchange for something
I’ve offered to paint the kitchen in exchange for a week’s accommodation.
Four of my cassettes for your Madonna CD is a fair exchange.part exchange

2. ARGUMENT/DISCUSSION [countable] a short conversation, usually between two people who are angry with each other:
a quiet exchange between the judge and the clerk
The DJ was fired after a heated exchange (=a very angry conversation) on air with a call-in listener.

3. exchange of ideas/information etc when people discuss or share ideas, information etc:
The organization is dedicated to the free exchange of information.

4. SOMETHING YOU BUY [countable] the act of giving something you have bought back to the store where you bought it, for example because it does not work, fit etc, and taking something else instead:
The store’s policy is not to allow returns or exchanges.

5. MONEY [uncountable] a process in which you change money from one currency to another:
Most capital cities have extensive exchange facilities.

6. STUDENTS/TEACHERS [countable] an arrangement in which a student, teacher etc visits another school or university to work or study
on an exchange (with somebody)
I’m here for one term, on an exchange with Dr. Fisher.

7. JOBS/HOMES ETC [countable] an arrangement in which you stay in someone’s home, do someone’s job etc for a short time while that person stays in your home, does your job etc:
Kate’s in New York on an employee exchange so she can get some more training.

8. FIGHT [countable] an event during a war or fight when two people, armies etc shoot or fire missiles at each other
exchange of fire/gunfire

9. BUILDING corn/wool/cotton etc exchange a large building in a town that was used in the past for buying and selling corn, wool etc ⇒ labour exchange, stock exchange

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. exchange2 verb [transitive]

a) to give someone something and receive the same kind of thing from them at the same time:
We exchange gifts at Christmas.
At the end of the game, players traditionally exchange shirts with each other.
We exchanged phone numbers.
b) to give someone something and receive something different from them Synonym : change
exchange something for something
Where can I exchange my dollars for pounds?

In everyday British English, people usually say swap or, in everyday American English, trade, rather than exchange:
Do you want to swap (BrE)/trade (AmE) seats with me?

2. to replace one thing with another Synonym : swap
exchange something for something
He exchanged the black jacket for a blue one.

3. exchange words/looks etc (with somebody) if two people exchange words, looks etc, they talk to each other, look at each other etc:
Until this evening I had never so much as exchanged a word with him.
The two women exchanged glances and laughed.
I went over and exchanged greetings with everyone.

4. exchange blows (with somebody) if two people exchange blows, they hit each other

5. exchange information/ideas etc to discuss something or share information, ideas etc:
It’s a place where people can chat and exchange ideas.

6. exchange contracts especially British English to complete the final stage of buying a house by signing a contract with the person you are buying it from
—exchangeable adjective

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. giving/receiving sth in return for sth else
ADJ. fair | mutual, two-way We get together once a month for a mutual exchange of ideas.
PREP. in ~ (for) Woollen cloth and timber were sent to Egypt in exchange for linen or papyrus.
~ between There were exchanges of goods between the two regions.
~ for She considered free language lessons a fair exchange for free accommodation.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. angry conversation/argument
ADJ. brief | acrimonious, angry, bitter, heated, sharp | verbal a bitter verbal exchange
PREP. ~ about angry exchanges about the problem of unemployment
~ between There were many acrimonious exchanges between the two men.
~ with Opposition MPs were involved in heated exchanges with the prime minister.
PHRASES an exchange of views She had a full and frank exchange of views with her boss before resigning.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. of foreign currencies

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

IV. visit
ADJ. academic, cultural | student, youth | official
PREP. on an/the ~ She is in France on a student exchange.
~ to He's gone on an exchange to Rome.
~ with an exchange with a German student

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


a brief exchange (=a short conversation)
There followed a brief exchange between Mitti and Helga in German.
an angry exchange
His angry exchange with the referee earned him a yellow card.
a heated exchange (=a very angry conversation)
I overheard a heated exchange between John and his wife.
an acrimonious exchange formal (=in which people show their anger and criticize each other)
The newspaper article led to a series of acrimonious exchanges between leading scientists.
a sharp exchange (=one that shows someone disapproves of something or is annoyed)
The proposed bill provoked some sharp exchanges in the House of Commons.
a bitter exchange (=one in which people criticize each other with strong feelings of hate and anger)
There were bitter exchanges between them outside the court room.
a verbal exchange (=spoken rather than written)
The two boxers recently became involved in a heated verbal exchange.
currency exchange
We have seen wide fluctuations in rates of currency exchange this year.
foreign exchange (=money in the currency of a foreign country, that a country gets by selling goods abroad)
Timber is a vital source of foreign exchange earnings for the country.
the exchange rate
What's the current exchange rate between the dollar and the euro?
an exchange market (=a financial market where different currencies are bought and sold)
The pound rose against the dollar on the world foreign currency exchange markets.
exchange controls (=limits on the amount of a currency people are allowed to exchange)
The government is going to impose stricter exchange controls.
a student exchange
Our college arranged student exchanges with four colleges in France.
a staff exchange
The staff exchange programme allows the company to share personnel with partner institutions abroad.
a cultural/scientific/academic exchange
The mayors of Tokyo and New York signed an agreement to encourage cultural exchanges between the cities.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: Is it possible to exchange the camera with a new one?
GOOD: Is it possible to exchange the camera for a new one?

Usage Note:
exchange sth for sth (NOT with ): 'The government is issuing coupons that can be exchanged for food.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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