Definitions of "exchange"
  1. The act of providing something valuable, such as a piece of real property, to receive something else of equal value, which could be money or a similar kind of property
  2. The process in which something valuable is given with an expectation of receiving something else of equal value, which does not include money
  3. A structured marketplace designed specifically for trading in securities or commodities
How to use "exchange" in a sentence
  1. The landowners entered into an exchange of property, swapping tracts of equal value.
  2. In this non-monetary exchange, the artist traded an original painting for vintage memorabilia.
  3. The brokerage house facilitated transactions on the exchange, enabling the buying and selling of securities.

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