Definition of 'rate of exchange'
Example sentences containing 'rate of exchange'
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`At today's rate of exchange ," he said, looking up with a smile, `I'd be disappointed not to see twenty-three million British pounds. FINAL RESORT (2003)`I'll give you an attractive rate of exchange -- two Zimbabwe dollars fifty to the pound, that's almost double. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND (2003)`At the present rate of exchange, it's one million and three pounds. TANK OF SERPENTS (2003)
Translations for 'rate of exchange'
British English: rate of exchange /reɪt ɒv; əv ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ/ NOUN
The rate of exchange of a country's unit of currency is the amount of another currency that you get in exchange for it.
...at a favourable rate of exchange.
- American English: foreign-exchange rate
- Arabic: سِعْرُ الصِّرْف
- Brazilian Portuguese: taxa de câmbio
- Chinese: 兑换率
- Croatian: tečaj
- Czech: devizový kurz
- Danish: vekselkurs
- Dutch: wisselkoers
- European Spanish: tipo de cambio
- Finnish: vaihtokurssi
- French: taux de change
- German: Wechselkurs
- Greek: τιμή συναλλάγματος
- Italian: tasso di cambio
- Japanese: 為替レート
- Korean: 환율
- Norwegian: vekslingskurs
- Polish: kurs wymiany walut
- European Portuguese: taxa de câmbio
- Romanian: curs de schimb
- Russian: валютный курс
- Spanish: tipo de cambio
- Swedish: växlingskurs
- Thai: อัตราแลกเปลี่ยนเงิน
- Turkish: döviz kuru
- Ukrainian: валютний курс
- Vietnamese: tỷ giá hối đoái
Definition of rate of exchange from the Collins English Dictionary
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