Definitions for "exchange"
Keywords:  amex, rook, nyse, marketplace, knight
The place where the merchants, brokers, and bankers of a city meet at certain hours, to transact business; also, the institution which sets regulations and maintains the physical facilities of such a place; as, the New York Stock Exchange; a commodity exchange. In this sense the word was at one time often contracted to 'change
To give and receive reciprocally, as things of the same kind; to barter; to swap; as, to exchange horses with a neighbor; to exchange houses or hats.
A serving of food that contains known and relatively constant amounts of carbohydrate, fat, and/or protein. The food used in an exchange is usually weighed or measured. The exchanges are divided into several groups: milk, fruit, meat, fat, bread, and vegetables.
In peritoneal dialysis the draining of used dialysis solution from the abdomen, followed by refilling with a fresh bag of solution.
In peritoneal dialysis, the procedure of discarding the used dialysis solution and instilling fresh dialysis solution into the abdominal cavity.
The term describes the cycle of draining used dialysate and infusing fresh dialysate solution within the peritoneal cavity during peritoneal dialysis.
The basic unit for the administration and provision of telephone service by an ILEC, which normally encompasses a city, town or village and adjacent areas. Within an exchange and to other exchanges that have extended area service (EAS) or similar services with that exchange, all subscribers may place an unlimited number of calls of any duration to all other subscribers without incurring long distance toll charges. Exchanges for which EAS or similar services have been established continue, nevertheless to be separate and distinct exchanges.
Unit of territory for telephone rate purposes; includes city, village or other community and is served by one or more central offices.
Performs the switching function necessary to establish a connection between two telephones.
The signing of contracts by the buyer and seller.
(of contracts) occur after both purchaser and vendor have signed the contacts and the contracts are physically exchanged from one party to the other.
Date on which your conveyancer enacts the exchange of contracts committing the buyer to buy the property and the seller to sell the property. Some contracts allow a cooling off period during which time the purchaser can withdraw from the purchase.
to replace with something else
exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category; "Could you convert my dollars into pounds?"; "He changed his name"; "convert centimeters into inches"; "convert holdings into shares"
an even transaction
A reciprocal transfer of real property which has certain tax advantages over a sale. Definite procedures must be followed in order to qualify the transfer as an exchange.
reciprocal transfer of equivalent sums of money especially the currencies of different countries; "he earns his living from the interchange of currency"
a reciprocal transfer of property as destinguished from the transfer or property for a money or consideration only
The act of giving or taking one thing in return for another which is regarded as an equivalent; as, an exchange of cattle for grain.
The act of substituting one thing in the place of another; as, an exchange of grief for joy, or of a scepter for a sword, and the like; also, the act of giving and receiving reciprocally; as, an exchange of civilities or views.
The thing given or received in return; esp., a publication exchanged for another.
see stock exchange exchange rate mechanism (ERM) Forerunner of the European Union's single currency, the euro, by which member countries committed to maintain the value of their currencies within agreed limits in relation to other currencies.
A dream of exchanging things is a forerunner of business difficulties. Exchanging money, however signifies an unexpected trip.
Keywords:  rally, connors, unbroken, won, sports
The rally, the playing of alternating shots.
(sports) an unbroken sequence of several successive strokes; "after a short rally Connors won the point"
(chess) the capture by both players (usually on consecutive moves) of pieces of equal value; "the endgame began after the exchange of queens"
The capture of pieces belonging to both sides during the course of a few moves. (See also Winning the Exchange).
When you sacrifice one chess piece for another of equal value.
The Student Exchange Program offered by the University is rewarding both educationally and personally. The ANU has established agreements with institutions of high standing in Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Thailand, USA, Sweden, and The Netherlands. The University also has an exchange with the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge.
a formal agreement which enables you to study at another institution while paying normal tuition to Queen's
The process of attending another institution under formalised exchange agreements. An outgoing exchange student pays all tuition fees to Bond University.
Keywords:  loter, hart, kim, steve, thomas
Exchange is the twelfth episode of the second season of Kim Possible. It was written by Thomas Hart, directed by Steve Loter, and aired in the United States on November 7, 2003.
A building or cabinet where local loop wiring converges and calls are directed to their destination, either back over the local loop or over a trunk line to the wider network.
change over, change around, or switch over
Network node where various numbers and types of communication lines are switched at the command of the telecommunications user or network operator. Exchanges operate at local, trunk and international levels.
a fun way to learn more about crochet and make friends from all over the world
Exchange, denotes profitable dealings in all classes of business. For a young woman to dream that she is exchanging sweethearts with her friend, indicates that she will do well to heed this as advice, as she would be happier with another.
A business-to-business Website where buyers and sellers congregate to transact business. Although the term exchange has been used to talk about sites where information is exchanged, the term 'Exchange' is becoming commonly understood to mean a place where goods and services are exchanged. An exchange is a type of Hub.
The Covisint Exchange located at or any successor location designated by Covisint, and all related Services
a discount retail store run by the military services
The changeover between teammates in a relay event. This is usually a touch, or a push, as one skater tries to transfer his momentum to the next skater.
The exchange between the swimmer in the water and the next swimmer on the relay team. A perfect exchange will simultaneously have the finishing swimmer's hand on the touch pad and the starting swimmer's feet just touching the starting block with the rest of the starting swimmer's body extended over the water.
Keywords:  bite, condo, appreciation, way, tax
a great way to take the tax bite out of high condo appreciation
a particular good way to get the tax bite out of high property appreciation
is Microsoft's fully featured email server. Features of Microsoft Exchange include an appointments calendar and contacts database. Staff at the University are on an Exchange email system.
This is the networked version of Microsoft Outlook.
Microsoft's integrated fax and e-mail program designed for Windows.
A depository and inspection/distribution center for theatrical release prints. Exchanges are located in approximately 35 regional areas within the United States roughly dependent on theater and population density.
a collection of NPA/ NXXs grouped for the purpose of designating local calling areas, while a Rate Center is used to determine distance-based billing between locations
A group of area codes and prefixes which make up a local calling area.
A get-acquainted experience where 4-H members from one county are housed for a few days during the summer with the families of 4-H members in another county. The exchange may be between two California counties or between a California county and another state. The Host County's 4-Her later makes a return visit.
An event involving two or more Greek-letter organizations.
an activity where the members of one Greek organization visit the chapter of another Greek organization for a social event.
A mutual grant of equal interests, the one in consideration of the other. Estates exchanged must be equal in quantity, as fee simple for fee simple.
a mutual expression of views (especially an unpleasant one); "they had a bitter exchange"
a mutual grant of equal interests in land, the one in consideration of the other
(see Securities exchange)
A forum, either physical or electronic, that brings together buyers and sellers of commodities and their derivatives (e.g., futures) for purposes of matching them together. Typically, an exchange acts as a third party guarantor for such deals by requiring the posting of collateral, while establishing and enforcing market rules that ensure liquidity and fairness. Entry to an exchange is generally through "seats" that are limited in number, usually to brokerage houses.
Organized exchanges where commodities, futures, and securities transactions are carried out by member traders and brokers.
Keywords:  coaster, roller, emotional
an emotional roller coaster
an independent charity working to promote international understanding and community development through international volunteering
The OSU Libraries Exchange Program is a journal exchange with institutions around the world. The program receives more than 600 titles from over 137 national and international institutions.
Keywords:  avialable, lieu, tiles, zero, counts
To return tiles to the bag and draw new ones in lieu of making a play. Counts as zero score. Players are allowed to exchange any or all of their tiles, however exchanges are not allowed with less than 7 tiles avialable in the bag. See End Game.
the act of giving something in return for something received; "deductible losses on sales or exchanges of property are allowable"
All activities associated with receiving something from someone by giving something voluntarily in return. This is the heart of the marketing process. A library user gives time instead of money to borrow materials, but it is still an exchange.
To give something in return for something else (such as goods or services). Making exchanges for similar or like property is a popular tax-deferral strategy.
Keywords:  clash, blades, single
a single clash of blades
The brand name of the specific platform that provides e-mail, calendaring, and other related personal communication or personal productivity tools to the SCSU campus community.
A FC term for the basic mechanism used for managing an operation. An exchange identifies information transfers consisting of one or more related nonconcurrent sequences that may flow in the same or opposite directions, but always in half duplex mode. An exchange is identified by an OX_ID and an RX_ID.
Keywords:  oft, micro, mail, program
Micro$oft Exchange Mail Program
OSPF adjacency state in which the two neighboring routers are actively sending database description packets to each other to exchange their database contents.
One play of double disc court, commencing with the serve and ending in a circumstance which results in a break, a replay or one or two points being scored.
an organized market with transactions concentrated in a physical facility with participants entering two-sided quotations (bid and ask) on a continuous basis
See: Movie Market
means a financial market operated in Australia by the holder of an Australian market licence.
Keywords:  alienation, type
a type of alienation
Transportation of natural gas by displacement over two pipelines, each of which takes and retains possession of gas contractually allocated to the other.
Keywords:  dimes, dollar, ten, pass, received
To be changed or received in exchange for; to pass in exchange; as, dollar exchanges for ten dimes.
a Chicago-based educational counseling firm that helps applicants get into top B-schools
Keywords:  commute, penalty, less, severe, known
Also known as commute: exchange a penalty for a less severe one.
an approved secondary intermediaries (e
Keywords:  proven, traffic, free, way, increase
a free and proven way to increase your web site's traffic
a powerful tool for investors to maximize the value of their investments when they are sold
The highest-level Fibre Channel mechanism used for communication between N_Ports.
Keywords:  true, network, meet, place
a place where networks meet
a true network
means to provide electric energy to or receive electric energy from the interconnected electric system.
Keywords:  solution, unique, cases, specific
a unique solution for specific cases
Keywords:  department, store
a department store on
Keywords:  independent, come, needs, owner, first
an "Independent" company where the Owner's needs come first
Keywords:  above, energy, see
See energy exchange above.