exchange rate
Noun

exchange rate (plural exchange rates)

  1. (economics, finance) The amount of one currency that a person or institution defines as equivalent to another when either buying or selling it at any particular moment
  2. (economics, finance) The rate at which one currency can be exchanged for another, usually expressed as the value of the one in terms of the other.
Translations
  • French: taux de change, cours de change
  • German: Wechselkurs
  • Italian: tasso di cambio
  • Portuguese: taxa de câmbio
  • Russian: курс обме́на
  • Spanish: tipo de cambio



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